'Vengeful' Richard Sherman relishes playing Seahawks twice a year

'Vengeful' Richard Sherman relishes playing Seahawks twice a year

KJR-AM and ESPN.com first reported the news Saturday and Foster later confirmed it to the Seattle Times. It seemed to work with Sherman. Seattle defeated San Francisco, 23-17. I asked him to repeat that. We'll have to sit and wait to see if the 49ers make the jump but right now all reports are leaning toward this becoming a reality for Sherman and the 49ers. "Now, if I play the way I know I'm capable of playing, I know I'm going to get paid".

The concern is his health. He's coming off a torn Achilles so it'll be interesting how effective he'll be this season. These types of injuries typically require around six-to-eight months of rehab.

But Sherman is human, and he wants them to know one thing.

But he's betting on himself to. And the 49ers can get out of the deal before April 1, 2019, even if Sherman makes the Pro-Bowl guaranteeing his base salary for that season.

The soon-to-be 30-year-old expects to be ready by the start of training camp.

So Sherman, who's always played with a chip on his shoulder due to his fifth-round draft selection, has found a new motivating factor.

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I would venture a guess that, given his status as a better player, Sherman on a prove-it deal would have received a one-year offer in the ballpark of $6 million to $7 million with $750,000 to $1 million tied to his being active; maybe another $2 million in high-end incentives. "It's throwing a lot more gas, and I am thankful for this motivation and this inspiration".

Getting the chance to stay in the NFC West and play the Seahawks twice each year was an added bonus.

Seattle has indicated an interest in bringing him back, but it looks like they will have some competition. He specifically identified former 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. One: The player has a bad season and is either done with the National Football League or signs another one-year contract close to the minimum. And San Francisco finally has the upper hand. While he holds the city and organization in high esteem, he clearly didn't like how the once-dominant Seattle defense was broken up.

The following season Sherman celebrated a Thanksgiving night win at Levi's Stadium by eating a turkey leg at midfield, although he said that was prompted by NBC producers who told him to "eat the turkey" during the interview. Neither side really wanted to walk away without a deal, because we felt there was a great relationship and a great understanding and something that both sides can benefit from.

Sherman cited "business decisions" as reason for the "Legion of Boom's" demise. On Saturday, Sherman - acting as his own agent - and John Lynch and Paraag Marathe met for five hours to haggle out a contract. "I want a chance to show what I can do".

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