One of the biggest names in the NFL is on the move. The Seahawks ?released veteran corner Richard Sherman on Friday, clearing approximately $11 million in cap space. Bookmaker.eu has revealed odds for where Sherman will land, and there are some intriguing possibilities. The Patriots, mauled on defense in the Super Bowl, have the best odds of any single team at +350 (bet $100 to win $350).
New England is followed closely by the Bears at +400. The “field,” or any other NFL team not specifically listed in BookMaker’s odds, is +140: Field +140? New England Patriots +350? Chicago Bears +400? Oakland Raiders +550? Los Angeles Chargers +600? Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900? San Francisco 49ers +1,500? Cleveland Browns +1,500? Atlanta Falcons +1,500?
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They’ll also go after Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland, a fourth-round pick out of Clemson in 2014. That’s in part because Randall is expect to play free safety here depending on how things shake out in free agency and the draft, a source told cleveland.com. The “legal tampering period” began at noon on Monday, with teams permitted to begin negotiating deals for free agents and then consummating them when the league year opens Wednesday at 4 p.m.
The Browns got a jump on free agency by trading for quarterback Tyrod Taylor, receiver Jarvis Landry and Randall, but they’ll still be big players in the market, and have about $77.9 million to spend, according to overthecap.com. The Browns will pursue Pryor, who never wanted to leave here in the first place last year. But his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, didn’t think it was best for Pryor to be wrapped up for four years at about $8.5 million to $9.5 million a year.