Former Seattle Seahawks corner Richard Sherman could find himself in the NFC West again next season as he is scheduled to meet with the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, according to a report by Adam Schefter.
Sherman made All-Pro four times in seven seasons with the Seahakws, who released him with a failed-physical designation to spare $11 million on their 2018 salary cap. Now he may play against the Seahawks twice a year, with the 49ers.
Per Anderson, Sherman said he will start running on a treadmill next week.
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Sherman is recovering from two separate surgeries on his left and right Achilles tendons.
Sherman is obviously familiar with the Bay Area, having played five years at Stanford.
The Seahawks had wanted Sherman to stay in 2018, but due to concerns of his age (he turns 30 later this month) and his Achilles injury had recently approached him about restructuring his contract and taking a pay cut. Sherman expects to be ready for the regular season but could be limit in August for training camp and parts of the preseason.
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Despite coming off of a major injury, Sherman is expected to receive plenty of interest from National Football League teams.
Richard Sherman reportedly is moving closer to finding a new home. He is expected to have his first free agent meeting with the 49ers. Maybe they were just asking to ask-after all, Quinn complained about not being able to interview troubled 2017 draft prospect Joe Mixon at the combine, even though the Lions were nearly certainly not going to draft him. It's the ideal trifecta of reasons for the four-time Pro Bowler to end up in San Francisco.
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