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Report: Russell Wilson to end contract negotiations Friday

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has apparently giving his team an ultimatum. The quarterback will reportedly close down all contract negotiations if he does not have a new deal by Friday when the Seahawks start training camp (via According to reports, the Seahawks have offered Wilson $21 million per year with slightly less than $20 million guaranteed money...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson May Or May Not Deserve The Money He’s Asking For, But As An NFL Player … He’ll Earn It

In the wake of the NBA’s not-so-silent auction season, I’ve realized something:  Football players don’t make enough money. Yes, professional athletes make a lot of money, and some more than others.  But after watching NBA owners recently handing out money like Billy Ray Valentine from Trading Places, coupled with the less-than-100% effort seen on any given night on the hardwood...
Via Oregon Sports News
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Russell Wilson Should Sign His Contract And Sign Today

I’m not an economist, nor do I play one on TV. But, is it really that hard to see that Russell Wilson should absolutely sign the deal currently being offered by the Seattle Seahawks before playing this year for $1.52 million? And, no, I’m not making one of those moronic, comment section, arguments that go something like, “Man, if you gave me $21 million ….” The argument...
Via Oregon Sports News
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Seahawks star Russell Wilson goes to work in the boxing ring

It’s too bad that Russell Wilson can’t punch is way into a new long-term contract with the Seattle Seahawks, because he sure looks good in the ring from where I’m sitting. Late last night Seattle’s franchise quarterback posted a pair of videos on Instagram that showed him going through some boxing drills. Check it out: AROUND COVER32 Top 10: The NFL’s best corner backers...
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Russell Wilson’s contract extension hinging on guaranteed money

It was reported over the weekend that the Seattle Seahawks offered quarterback Russell Wilson a contract that would pay him $21 million per year. As the deadline for both sides to agree on a contract inches closer, the two parties still have a gap to fill which seems to boil down to the amount of guaranteed money Wilson is being offered. According to reports, Wilson is being offered...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Russell Wilson Turns Down $21 Million Per Year Contract

A report says Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson turned down a contract that would have paid him an average of $21 million a season.
Via Gamedayr
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Seahawks offered Russell Wilson $21 million per season

The Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson are still in negotiations on a contract extension, and the latest offer from the team would have put the quarterback in elite company in terms of pay. Pro Football Talk reports that the Seahawks’ latest offer to Wilson was for nearly $21 million per season, with significant guaranteed money....Read More
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Holmgren: Russell Wilson should sign deal from Seattle

Former Seattle Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren thinks Russell Wilson would be making a huge mistake to play out the 2015 NFL season under his current contract. Wilson is set to earn just $1.5 million if he and the Seahawks don’t get a deal done before the start of training camp—a self-imposed deadline. Many have wondered if Seattle has been low-balling the young star quarterback—a...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Recent NFL Deals Highlight Flaw in Russell Wilson's Negotiations with the Seahawks

It pains me to have to stress this point before diving in, but I love Russell Wilson the player.  And from all appearances and everything I hear from other players, Russell Wilson the person is as worthy of admiration as any guy in the league.  That said, Russell Wilson the negotiator is very deserving of some constructive criticism.My personal position - and one of the overriding...
Via Football By Football
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson looking to set his own market prior to free agency

Every once in a while, there is a professional athlete in one of the four major sports that decides to take a stand against the status quo. We saw it in baseball with Curt Flood, and more recently, with Freeman McNeil in football. While Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will fall short of impacting the NFL with such a drastic change, he is definitely looking to change...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

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