Seven potential landing spots for Richard Sherman
A mortal lock for the 2010s NFL All-Decade Team, Richard Sherman took the mantle from Darrelle Revis as the defining cornerback of his era.
Since he entered the league in 2011, the erstwhile Seahawks superstar leads all players in interceptions (32), passes defensed (99), completion rate allowed (47.4) and opposer passing rating (50.9).
On the other hand, he turns 30 later this month and is coming off surgeries to both Achilles. Although he started playing more man-to-man defense in recent years, the peak of his career was spent in Seattle's trademark zone scheme.
The face of a historically great defense, Sherman is free to choose his next team following Friday's release.
What are the priorities as he makes his decision' The four-time All Pro told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero that he's looking for the right fit on a team with a "great quarterback," a place in which he will be "comfortable."
1. San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have nearly $60 million in cap space and a glaring hole at cornerback. They made a run at Aqib Talib only to lose out due to the cornerback's preference for Los Angeles or New England. Would Sherman's bold personality upset the locker-room dynamic'....
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