Richard Sherman: Seahawks said they want me back (at the right price)
The Seahawks have released cornerback Richard Sherman, but he’s not necessarily done in Seattle.
Sherman told Albert Breer of SI.com that the Seahawks told him that cutting him was about money, not about thinking he’s no longer good enough.
Adjusting for inflation, Miller’s six-year contract would translate to $130.6 million with $69.7 million over the first three years for Mack. I don’t think he’ll get that high, barring a Defensive Player of the Year-caliber season, but the Buffalo product should hit $20 million per season.
There were six defensive tackles with a three-year figure of $44.7 million or higher, and nobody else within $10 million. That group is temporarily down to five after the Miami Dolphins cut Ndamukong Suh, who previously held both these titles with a $19.1 million annual salary and $60 million three-year cash hit. It could go down to four next season when the Jaguars likely decide between Dareus and Malik Jackson, though I suspect they’ll have at least one new entrant …
Coleman met with the Saints and Cincinnati Bengals in Indianapolis on Thursday night while the teams were working at the NFL Combine.
Coleman started all 42 games he appeared in over the last three seasons for the Panthers. He recorded at least 90 tackles in each of his first two seasons in Carolina with 11 total interceptions over that span. However, Coleman missed four games last season and didn’t record an interception for just the second time in his eight-year career.
The need for safety help increased for New Orleans when the team decided to move on from Kenny Vaccaro.
The least-known commodity in Rutgers ‘ quarterback battle is, ironically, the guy with the famous last name and NFL pedigree.
Tom Flacco – you’ve likely heard of his older brother Joe, the Baltimore Ravens’ former Super Bowl MVP – is a clear underdog to win the Scarlet Knights’ open job under center .
The former Eastern Regional High star is OK with it, too.