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Russell Wilson wants an April 15th deal deadline « Seahawks Draft Blog

Sources - Wilson gives deadline for Seahawks deal
Russell Wilson, who threw for 3,448 yards and 35 touchdowns last season and made his sixth Pro Bowl, wants a new contract by the time the Seahawks begin offseason workouts on April 15, sources told ESPN.

Russell Wilson reportedly gives Seahawks April 15 deadline for new contract - The Washington Post
With quarterback salaries having jumped since he signed his current deal in 2015, the five-time Pro Bowl pick is looking for an updated payday before Seattle begins its offseason program.

Heaps: Negotiations 'more active' between Russell Wilson, Seahawks
Russell Wilson has just one season left on his current contract with the Seahawks, but according to Jake Heaps, Wilson and the Seahawks have started to engage in talks about an extension.

Quarterback Russell Wilson gives Seattle Seahawks April 15 deadline for reaching a new contract, according to reports |
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is giving his team an April 15 deadline to reach a new contract, reports The Seattle Times..

Seahawks' Russell Wilson wants new deal by April 15 -
When it comes to securing a record-breaking contract extension, Russell Wilson is hoping a deadline will spur action. The QB has made it clear to the Seahawks that he wants a new deal by April 15.

Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks Coaching Staff In Attendance At UW’s NFL Pro Day
Pete Carroll, John Schneider and a few others attended the University of Washington’s NFL Pro Day on Monday.

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New Era releases Seattle Seahawks 2019 NFL draft cap
New Era has released the design for the Seattle Seahawks 2019 NFL draft cap, which features the team logo atop the number 12.

Seattle Seahawks working out safety Taylor Mays -
Thirty-three months since he was last on an NFL roster, Taylor Mays is back in the news. The 31-year-old safety is working out for the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.

Seahawks reveal dates for offseason workouts

Eric DeCosta: Ravens need to take more swings at WR -
Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta believes his team needs to take more swings at the receiver position in the draft. Since 2008, the Ravens have selected just two WRs in the first three rounds.

Jim Irsay: Goal is to 'win three' Super Bowls in a row -
Jim Irsay isn't afraid to speak his mind. With Indy coming off a playoff bid and a proven healthy Andrew Luck, the Colts owner confessed his ultimate goal for the franchise.

Courtland Sutton aims to be Broncos No.1 wide receiver -
With a new regime and a new quarterback in Denver, Courtland Sutton looks to fill in as the No.1 wide receiver target for the Broncos in 2019.

AAF suspending operations, canceling end of season -
The Alliance of American Football will not see the end of its inaugural season as chairman Tom Dundon suspended football operations Tuesday afternoon.

Mike McCarthy “bothered” by accusations of complacency – ProFootballTalk
After the Packers hired Matt LaFleur as their new head coach in January, team CEO Mark Murphy said that a group of players on the team complained that "a complacency had set in" while Mike McCarthy was still coaching the team.

Mike McCarthy: Didn’t see firing coming – ProFootballTalk
It wasn't a surprise that things weren't going well in Green Bay last year, and a change might be coming. But Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he was stunned by the way it happened. Asked by Rob Demovsky of ESPN.