The New Orleans Saints have reportedly interest in Richard Sherman.
Hailed as one of the best cornerbacks in his generation, Sherman still has something left in the tank, and as a solid man corner, if he can come to the Saints at a reasonable price, they have to take a chance on him.
Part of the Legion of Boom with Seattle, Sherman spent seven seasons with the Seahawks. He had four Pro Bowl appearances and three All-Pro appearances during his time there. He went to play with the 49ers, a team he helped reach the Super Bowl two seasons ago.
Sherman isn’t who he once was. He’ll be 33 before the next season commences, but as like Jenkins, he’ll be a solid No. 2 cornerback if the Saints can bring him in.
The concern is he played in just five games last season, so that could pose an issue if New Orleans does bring him in and he becomes a crucial part of their defense. That said, although he’s aging, Sherman would be an ideal addition.