The Seahawks of Seattle and Russell Wilson are currently engaged in a pool game with respect to the star's contract with a deadline set for April 15, imposed by Wilson, constituting the key.
There are conflicting reports on the actual meaning of the deadline. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media announced that Wilson would withdraw from the negotiations if no agreement was reached before April 15 and that the next off season could result in a franchise label.
On the other hand, Greg Bell of The News Tribune reports that the time limit is nothing more than "take advantage, stand up, put on makeup". He also says that the Seahawks know they have to pay dearly and write: Commander, and will eventually get the NFL's richest deal. "
Wilson is expected to earn $ 21.9 million in 2019, allowing him to rank 12th in the NFL at quarterback position.
Super Bowl champion Wilson has just finished a strong 2018 season in which he has amassed 3,448 yards with 35 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.