Seahawks GM on potential Richard Sherman trade: We’ve moved past it unless…

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RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said a Richard Sherman trade isn't fully off the table, but that the team has moved past it for now.

Schneider told reporters that the Seahawks cornerback was at the VMAC on Monday.

"If someone calls and goes crazy with something, we'll discuss [a trade]," Schneider said.

Schneider said the team might see a trade as a way to clear out some salary cap space, and Sherman may see it as a fresh start.

He also confirmed that Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas were at the practice facility as well, according to Q It Up Sports director Aaron Levine.

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