Richard Sherman lists Texans among teams who have expressed interest

Alicia Cross
March 11, 2018

He's currrently meeting with the San Francisco 49ers' brass and will undergo a physical with the team.

One of the most accomplished cornerbacks of his generation, Sherman made four Pro Bowls and was named a first-team All-Pro three times during his seven seasons with the Seahawks, who drafted him in the fifth round out of Stanford in 2011.

He also turned his tongue to players.

Sherman is now an unrestricted free agent and free to negotiate and sign with another team.

If Sherman's market doesn't develop like expected, then perhaps the team could be in play, but as it stands now they are not interested. Sherman's free agency will be complex as he is coming off of a serious Achilles injury, and he'll turn 30 years old before the beginning of next season.

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Sherman balked at that so the Seahawks instead explored trade options.

"I want to go to a contender", Sherman told KIRO 97.3 FM on Friday, a flagship Seattle radio station.

During Sherman's seven seasons with the team, the Seahawks made five playoff appearances, reached two Super Bowls and delivered Seattle its first National Football League championship. Sherman expects to be ready for the regular season but could be limit in August for training camp and parts of the preseason.

- If there's one way to help ease the aftershock of losing arguably your top cornerback, pursuing a former All-Pro at the position may be the best route.

The Seahawks, looking to add salary cap space, released Sherman Friday after he reportedly refused to accept a pay cut from his $11 million base salary he was to earn during the 2018 season. Last year's starter Brent Grimes is also a free agent though the Bucs have expressed interest in re-signing him.

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