Phil Perry joins Arbella Early Edition to discuss Richard Sherman's comments that NFL players should be willing to strike for guaranteed contracts.
Tom E. Curran discusses the most recent news regarding Richard Sherman and whether there is still a chance the New England Patriots could acquire him.
Cold water has already been thrown on the Richard Sherman-to-the-Patriots trade rumors (see above video), so talk of Sherman heading to Foxboro has quieted to a whisper.
But on Thursday night, Seahawks GM John Schneider may have silenced them completely when, after being asked if the team would trade Sherman, told Seattle's ESPN radio station: "Right now, I don't think the odds are very good."
Schneider also said "the only reasons we would do it is to create some cap room and trying to become a younger football team." That being the case, the Patriots become even less of an option as they have very few draft picks, and no high ones, to offer.