FILe - In this January 7, 2017, file photo, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman talks to reporters following an NFL football NFC wild card playoff game against the Detroit Lions, in Seattle. After being mentioned in recent trade rumors involving Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, it appears that the team's interest in his services is still alive.
"What you've seen lately in the news is real", Schneider told "Brock and Salk" in an interview that aired Wednesday.
Schneider was on 710 AM Wednesday with his wife Traci to discuss their Ben's Fund, the charity they started in 2012 committed to "helping children with Autism reach their full potential".
I still think the Seahawks hang on to Sherman, namely because he's the best cornerback in the game. The Seahawks are not expected to act on it. Pete Carroll downplayed the situation recently, "There have been some teams that have called, and so we've talked about it", "But he's extremely important to our football team". There's very much an openness. Would you like to see the Colts make a run at Richard Sherman, assuming the compensation would be similar to what the Jets got for Revis a few years ago? He knows what's going on, we know what's going on. "We know what's going on", Schneider said.
Seahawks GM John Schneider also said via the Seattle Times also said, "I don't know if anything would ever happen". However, with Sherman, the door is open and they are looking to see what is behind other doors and available to the team. 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.Читайте также: Iran-Aseman orders Boeing 737 MAX jets
"Absolutely! This isn't a secret like this just came out of nowhere". "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 don't know if anything would ever happen", Schneider said. It goes through player development, it goes through our sports science group. "There's a lot going on there", said Schneider.
Richard Sherman, 29-year-old, has been named to the All-Pro first team three times. He has never missed a game in his six-year career. In that span, he's snagged 30 interceptions, which leads the league, despite quarterbacks often ignoring his side of the field.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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