Richard Sherman released by Seattle Seahawks

Richard Sherman’s marvelous and memorable run in Seattle is over.

Sherman told NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero he has been released by the Seahawks after seven seasons in the Pacific Northwest. Sherman’s departure opens up $11 million in salary-cap space for the roster-churning ‘Hawks.

During an interview with KIRO-FM’s Gee Scott on Friday, Sherman said, “We’ve had conversations and they’ve told me that they’re going to allow me to go into free agency.”

But they want me to understand that the door’s open for me to return. They’re just trying to do what they need to do to clear up space and give me and them the best chance at free agency, and I’ve got to appreciate and respect that.”

The Seahawks later Friday put out a statement on Sherman’s release:

“Thank you for helping win championships, shape our culture and define success in Seattle. We love you and your unwavering competitiveness, confidence and fierce passion for football

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