Seattle Seahawks fans may get to see cornerback Richard Sherman a couple of times next season after all. We love you and your unwavering competitiveness, confidence and fierce passion for football and life.
Sherman, who turns 30 later this month, could have a robust market. Sherman is also somewhat familiar with the scheme run by 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh. It's also questionable when Sherman would actually be available to play.
The talented, brash defender has been one of the faces of a team that appeared in two Super Bowls and won one, success built on a hard-hitting defensive identity and the vaunted "Legion of Boom" secondary.
"I want to go to a contender", Sherman said Friday on KIRO radio in Seattle.
But Sherman said at the Sports Star awards he thought he would be ready for the beginning of mini-camp.
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The Seahawks have told Sherman they would be interested in talking to him about a new contract at less than the $11 million he was scheduled to make.
Despite coming off of a major injury, Sherman is expected to receive plenty of interest from National Football League teams.
The releases of Sherman and Lane leave Seattle's cornerback spot with some uncertainty heading into free agency.
San Francisco started the offseason with a $137.5 million pact with impending free agent Jimmy Garoppolo. The move was to save a lot of money and get the team under the salary cap. The team would be best served to bring him back as a No. 3 cornerback, but they need someone to fill in the second starting spot with Conley in 2018. Prior to the injury, the 5-time Pro Bowler had never missed a game.