Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wants a new deal, and he wants it now. Or at least by the time the team’s voluntary offseason program starts April 15, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times.
The sides have negotiated in recent days, with Wilson hoping for a quick resolution, according to Condotta.
Wilson has one year remaining on the four-year, $87.6 million contract he signed July 31, 2015. He wants this negotiation concluded earlier this time to avoid the speculation that occurred during the 2015 offseason, per Condotta.
It is not known if Wilson will skip the voluntary offseason program in the absence of an extension.
He said in…