The Seahawks will continue to listen to trade offers for star cornerback Richard Sherman, general manager John Schneider said during an interview on ESPN 710 Seattle Thursday night, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times
But Schneider reiterated what he and coach Pete Carroll have each said in recent weeks — that a trade is unlikely.
Schneider spoke briefly on the topic in an interview that focused largely on his annual fundraiser for Ben’s Fund, a charity that helps families with autistic children. Schneider’s son, Ben, has autism.
Schneider repeated much of what he has said in other interviews, that the team is “constantly communicating’’ with Sherman about any trade offers that might come
“Everything is the same,’’ Schneider said.
But he also again said he expects that Sherman will likely remain with the Seahawks.
“Right now, I don’t think the odds are very good (of a trade),’’ Schneider said. “But if someone comes cruising along and something happens and we do something, it happens.’’Don't forget to follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/theredzoneorg
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