After months of speculation the Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson have finally reached an agreement on a monster deal
The Seahawks have reportedly made Wilson a $21 million per year offer
“I’m hoping they’re trying to get something done here,” Warren said, when asked what he thinks is happening with the contract talks. “We’re coming down to D-Day here.”
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Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole spoke to Wilson’s agent Mark Rodgers who “did not necessarily deny that he has asked” for the biggest deal in the league and “did not dispute it in any way.”