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Star cornerback Richard Sherman does not expect to return to the Seattle Seahawks, telling teammates goodbyes, according to an NFL.com report on Wednesday.
Sherman, who tore his right Achilles’ and played just nine games last season, met with Seahawks GM John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll on Wednesday.
The Seahawks could trade or cut Sherman, who is due $11 million in 2018.
The Patriots have been linked to Sherman, and reportedly called the Seahawks about his availability last season.
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