If Wilson doesn't get the extension he desires, he will still attend all training camps and activities and will play during the 2019 season. That's the deadline he set for the organization to settle on a long-term contract extension. When he signed that deal, he was the NFL's second-highest-paid quarterback behind Aaron Rodgers, averaging $22 million per year.
Instead of waiting for Seattle to run the course with Wilson, several quarterback teams should call up John Schneider and see what it would take to get Wilson from the Seahawks.
In classic Wilson form, he was the first to break the news.
The Seahawks have not officially made an announcement.Читайте также: IOS 13 may include system-wide dark mode and undo gesture
That response glosses over the more fundamental question of whether Wilson would like for the Seahawks to let him get away.
Yes, Wilson and his agent, Mark Rodgers, continue to talk to the Seahawks about a long-term deal.
What Wilson nearly certainly wants is a contract that would top the $33.5 million per year average of Rodgers, who is now the highest-paid player in the National Football League, and/or guarantees topping the $94.5 million that Atlanta QB Matt Ryan received last year, an amount that was fully guaranteed at signing.
- Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) April 15, 2019Russell Wilson trade by Seattle Seahawks?
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