Not to mention, if a team could land Sherman at a cheaper price for the 2018 season, there's no question he would be worth the risk for a handful of potential suitors.
Sherman told Anderson, however, that he will speak to Carroll and Schneider over the phone.
The former Stanford cornerback's future is uncertain with the Seattle Seahawks.
Sherman "said his goodbyes" with the Seahawks organization on Wednesday.
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In spite of that, Sherman's mother Beverly posted to her Facebook page on Wednesday saying she's "devastated to know" that Sherman will "no longer be a Seahawk".
"That text message got my heart hurting... damn 25 was my Dawg #WhatsNext" Lane tweeted.
Now Sherman, another leftover from the Seahawks' 2014 Super Bowl-winning team, could be the next to go.
Sherman had not missed a regular season game in his career until 2017, when his year was cut short with an Achilles tendon tear in early November.
Sherman had surgery shortly after and also had a surgery on his left Achilles last month to clear up bone spurts. And last week, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reported that a source says Sherman is still "receptive to the idea" of joining the Patriots via trade or free agency. Rapoport continues the Seahawks could opt to bring back Sherman at a different salary.