The Seattle Seahawks are dismantling their defense and corner back Richard Sherman won't be part of that defense starting next year.
According to multiple reports and sources, the Seahawks will likely cut the CB within the next couple of days.
The former All-Pro corner will have no shortage of suitor, and the Chicago Bears might interest Sherman for one specific reason.
As SportsMockery points out, there's a connection that comes from Stanford and the fact that Sherman played under Vic Fangio during his final year there which was also his most production.
A source informed SportsMockery that Sherman is indeed interested in joining the Bears.
The Bears defense has really started to come together over the last few seasons, adding a seasoned vet who already gets along with Fangio could really continue to help push them in the right direction.
Do you think Sherman would be a good addition to the Bears defense?