Imagine pondering this thought back in 2014 - the San Francisco 49ers sign cornerback Richard Sherman.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that "San Francisco is first up on former Seahawks' CB Richard Sherman's visit list - and there's a real chance it's his last visit, too".
The 29-year-old spent the first seven seasons of his National Football League career with the Seahawks, including their Super Bowl winning season of 2013.
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They've also been linked to Trumaine Johnson, one of the top free agent corners available, and might consider Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler, Rashaan Melvin of the Colts or Washington's Bashaud Breeland.
The Seahawks on Wednesday traded Michael Bennett to the Eagles and are also expected to soon release defensive end Cliff Avril, who may not be able to play football again after suffering a neck/nerve injury in October that required surgery.
Cap space isn't an issue for the 49ers, who have $70 million, more than all but four other teams, even after recently re-signing quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a five-year, $137.5 million deal. He told SI.com's Albert Breer the Seahawks "wanted the financial flexibility going into free agency but expressed that they wanted me to return and will be in contact".
While T.J. Carrie was the best cornerback the team had last season, he comes into the offseason as an unrestricted free agent.