Richard Sherman, the free agency singer, would not rule out a return to the Seattle Seahawks.
Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reported on Sunday’s “SportsCenter” (h / t Bleacher Report) that the situation of Jamal Adams ’contract could influence the potential meeting.
“They tell me this isn’t off the table, that Sherman is always open to returning to the Boom Legion, or what’s left of it. He makes a home on the West Coast, he still has a home in Seattle, for the most part.” of people I think would always want to play on the West Coast and Seattle needs corner help, ”Fowler said. “Nothing is working right now, but maybe closer to the training ground something might shake up. Seattle needs to understand the [Jamal] Allocating Adams money before taking resources elsewhere, so a guy like Sherman, won’t take the minimum. He’s a high-caliber player who would need a decent contract. ”
Sherman has spent the last three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers after playing the first seven seasons of his career in Seattle. The 33-year-old was Pro Bowler in 2019 but missed 11 games last season with a calf stump.
Seattle is scheduled to compete for a Super Bowl in 2021 and has a hole in the secondary that Sherman could fill.
The All-Pro triple team, who won a Super Bowl with Seattle to win the 2014 season, admitted in an interview with Ritika Gupta of Bloomberg that he takes free agency slowly because he wants to sign with a candidate for the championship.
“I want to get to a team that competes for a championship, so it’s about what I’m focused on and expecting a good opportunity,” Sherman said. “When he comes, that’s where I’ll be.”
While the Seahawks are a potential landing point for the veteran, the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys are reported among possible claimants.