The star cornerback confirmed Thursday that both sides are listening to offers.
What would it take to pry the three-time All Pro away from a Super Bowl contender?
Appearing on Thursday’s edition of Total Access, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport confirmed Seattle is trying to set a “very high price” for Sherman.
What does that mean?
“Potentially a first-round pick,” Rapoport continued. “Potentially a very good player on a low contract and a pick as well.”
Rapoport emphasized that the two sides maintain a high degree of mutual respect, which is reflected in the price tag.
The Seahawks don’t feel pressure to deal one of their best players. If a desperate team is willing to make it worth their while leading up to a loaded 2017 draft class, though, Sherman could find himself in a different uniform this season.