So says the Seattle Times:
We learned Wednesday that Bennett was traded to the Eagles for a fifth-round pick and receiver Marcus Johnson. And though it’s not official, Richard Sherman telling his teammates goodbye makes it appear as if he could be the next to go.
If that happens, gone are two of the most distinguished players in Seattle’s Super Bowl era. And certainly the most outspoken.
Sherman first grabbed the nation’s attention by clowning anyone who dared diss him. He called Skip Bayless an “egotistical cretin.” He called receiver Michael Crabtree “sorry” on live TV. It wasn’t always pretty, but it was always compelling. Whether you were grinning or cringing, you were definitely watching: