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Seahawks reportedly shopping former Stanford CB Richard Sherman

08 March 2018, 02:01 | Nina Perez



NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Sherman has "told teammates goodbye over the past 24 hours".

Don't look now, but it appears the Seattle Seahawks are cleaning house on the defensive side of the football, and after the team agreed to a trade that will send Michael Bennett to the Philadelphia Eagles, there's been speculation surrounding Richard Sherman being the next man out.

Reports earlier on Wednesday suggested cornerback Sherman was also leaving Seattle, reportedly already having told team-mates he would not be back for an eighth season.

There could be some sleepless nights in Seattle for Richard Sherman.

And safety Kam Chancellor posted on Instagram to thank Sherman for granting him the nickname, "Chancellor of Operations". Cornerback Jeremy Lane tweeted: "That text message got my heart hurting. damn 25 [Sherman] was my Dawg #WhatsNext". Revis played one year with the Patriots, who ironically beat Sherman in the Seahawks in the Super Bowl in February of 2015.

The team has not officially released him, but according to NFL Media, the cornerback is meeting with coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider Wednesday to discuss his future.

Sherman has been linked to the Patriots in recent years. Belichick continued that Sherman has "great instincts, good hands and good ball skills". For the 2018 season, he's due to be paid $11 million in base salary and a $2.2 million signing bonus by the Seahawks, or any potential suitors looking to gain the rights to his services.

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