Sherman plans to continue living in Seattle

Richard Sherman may play for the enemy, but he doesn’t plan to cut all his ties to Seattle. The three-time All-Pro corner was released by the Seahawks on March 9 and signed with the rival San Francisco 49ers the next day. Nonetheless, Sherman hopes to remain ingrained in the Seattle community. “Just because I’m leaving Seattle doesn’t mean I’m… leaving Seattle,” Sherman Basketball Jerseys For Sale wrote in a Players’ Tribune piece published Tuesday. “There may be very little loyalty in football, as I’ve learned, but Seattle is still where my kids will continue to go to school.

Raiders — Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech: The 6-5, 253-pounder is the kind of singular physical prospect that Al Davis would have coveted. Oakland needs all the defensive help it can find, and Edmunds brings a rare physical makeup, albeit one kept in check by instincts that are still under development.

Dolphins — Vita Vea, DT, Washington: The release of Ndamukong Suh leaves a massive hole in the middle of Miami’s defense. Enter Vea, a 6-4, 347-pound punisher who will command double teams and stonewall opposing running backs.

Burnett, 29, is one year younger than free safety Mike Mitchell, who was released last week after spending four seasons with the Steelers. The addition of the 6-foot-1, 210-pound Burnett in the secondary will result in the
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Steelers moving Sean Davis to free safety.

On Monday, the Steelers added a potential starting inside linebacker when they signed Jon Bostic to a two-year deal. He will get a chance to fill Ryan Shazier’s spot as the defensive signal caller.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that it’s a prove-it deal for one year worth $5 million.

Grant originally agreed to a $29 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens during last week’s free-agent negotiating period. The deal was subsequently voided when he did not pass a physical with the Ravens because of an ankle issue.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Grant said he’s healthy.

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