Sherman is now an unrestricted free agent and free to negotiate and sign with another team.
While Sherman's first stop is the San Francisco 49ers, there are several teams vying for his services. While people feel Sherman's skills have diminished a bit lately, he tweeted out some interesting statistics from last season after being released.
Sherman was released with a failed physical designation which allows him to be eligible for a $1.15 million injury guarantee if he never plays again. He tore his Achilles tendon in November.
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The 29-year-old spent the first seven seasons of his National Football League career with the Seahawks, including their Super Bowl winning season of 2013. Sherman went viral in January 2014 for using that same quote, which comes from Game of Thrones.
Shaquill Griffin will return as the starter at right cornerback and the team is expected to tender restricted free agent Justin Coleman to return as the nickel corner. Niners general manager John Lynch has plenty of salary-cap space to potentially sign Sherman - roughly $70 million, according to Over The Cap.
This offseason, 49ers have looked into three Pro Bowl cornerbacks - Vontae Davis, Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib - but did not seriously pursue them before they landed elsewhere. But if a report from ESPN's Josina Anderson is to be believed, New England might not even kick the tires on the four-time All-Pro.