We have no real idea whether the Seattle Seahawks will trade Richard Sherman. What we do know is that he’s firmly on the trade block and the asking price is said to be both a high-round pick and a good player.

That pretty much limits the teams that could make a play for the All Pro cornerback. But it also sets up a bunch of rather interesting and realistic trade scenarios.

From a deal that would send Sherman to Northern California for a young offensive lineman to a trade that would bring a young backup quarterback back to Seattle (temporarily), here are the seven most-realistic Richard Sherman trade scenarios.

Oakland Raiders for Gabe Jackson and a second-round pick

We already know that Oakland is one of the teams in pursuit of Sherman. That makes total sense considering the team’s title contention status and need for an upgrade at cornerback. Last season saw Oakland yield a 92-plus quarterback rating and the 10th-most passing yards in the NFL. That’s just not sustainable if this young team wants to take the next step in 2017.

It might be difficult bullet for the team to bite, but giving up an All-Pro caliber guard in Gabe Jackson would likely be the price the Raiders would have to pay here. It also makes sense in that Jackson, Khalil Mack and Derek Carr are all up for extensions. Can the Raiders justify paying each of them top-five positional money moving forward? That’s whole lot of cash for three players in today’s NFL.

From a Seahawks perspective, any deal bringing back a veteran would likely have to include either a cornerback to replace Sherman or an upgrade along the offensive line.

Jackson would immediately become the team’s best offensive lineman, likely taking over at left guard and working next to new starting tackle Luke Joeckel. This would cure one of the glaring weaknesses on the team’s offensive line, Mark Glowinski at left guard.