Richard Sherman remains the top free-agent on the market and the 33-year-old cornerback isn’t ruling out a return to San Francisco or his old stomping ground Seattle.
Sherman, who represents himself in negotiations, told ESPN on Wednesday that a reunion in Seattle is one possibility.
“It’s always in the cards,” Sherman said, I spend my entire offseason in Seattle, that’s where I live, that’s where my family is. So, it’s never out of the cards. Obviously, Pete and I have had conversations throughout the offseason, and everything just needs to shake out right. They’re still figuring things out, I’m still figuring things out.”
Sherman spent his first his first seven seasons in Seattle, becoming a three-time All-Pro. He says there is no “bad-blood” between himself and the organization.
Meanwhile, Sherman also remains engaged in talks with the 49ers about returning to San Francisco in 2022:
Wherever Sherman ends up is yet to be determined but one thing is clear, he is not rushing the process and is willing to drag this out as much as possible as he continues to weigh his options.