The dismantling of the Seattle Seahawks, the mini-NFL-dynasty version, continued Friday with the exit of cornerback Richard Sherman.
No one should be the least bit surprised because everyone should have seen this coming. It was clear since late in the 2017 regular season that the deconstruction of the Seahawks as everybody had come to know them was at hand.
But now that the process is accelerating, with the Seahawks agreeing this week to trade defensive end Michael Bennett to the Philadelphia Eagles and informing Sherman that he would be released Friday. And it is notable in terms of what comes next for the team and Sherman.
The Seahawks, as a team of lasting...