dglobalnews.com Seahawks GM: Sherman trade talks have occurred
Published: Thu, April 06, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Seahawks GM: Sherman trade talks have occurred

Seahawks GM: Sherman trade talks have occurred

"I don't know if anything would ever happen", Schneider said.

Sherman shouted at defensive coordinator Kris Richard after a coverage foul-up during an October win over Atlanta.

"I think we're a very unique organization in that regard, " Schneider said.

The Seahawks pride themselves on an open line of communication, from the players to the coaching and personnel staff, even to the sports science group. It makes sense that the Patriots have interest in Sherman, because it matches an earlier report. They could trade him now for draft picks, then work out a deal to have Sherman replace him in the secondary. "There's a lot going on there".

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On Tuesday, we polled readers on Twitter about Peterson, asking whether or not a strong performance from the player would justify the team signing him. He's recorded 332 tackles, a sack, 92 passes defensed, 30 interceptions, and five forced fumbles in his career and has established himself as one of the NFL's top corners. He shouted on the same Seahawks sideline at coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell over play calling during a December win over Los Angeles.

It was revealed after the 2016 season that Sherman played the second half of the year with an MCL injury in his knee, but it was never listed on the weekly injury report. "People find things out and we're not going to lie to each other and we're not going to B.S. each other". I doubt they get enough, but teams have gone silly with draft pick trades in the past, so maybe somebody surprises us. In November 2012, the Patriots sent a fourth-round pick to Tampa Bay for Aqib Talib (the Bucs also gave New England a seventh). At the end of March, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported that the Patriots asked the Seahawks about Sherman before they signed Stephon Gilmore in free agency. And there is no reason to believe they are doing or saying any of this behind his back. The Seahawks should still have a championship windows for a few years.

Sherman has two years remaining on his contract, with cap hits of $13.6 million in 2017 and $13.2 million in 2018. All $11,431,000 of his base pay for this year is guaranteed. If Sherman were to leave, that window might close sooner.

If nothing else, as the rest of Schneider's comments make plain, the Seahawks are listening.

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