In an interview with ESPN, Russell Wilson mentioned $25 million as an annual salary figure.
In an interview at his annual passing academy, Russell Wilson said he wants to be with the Seahawks a "really, really long time."
PFT's Mike Florio's "current prediction" is that contract-year QB Russell Wilson won't be with the Seahawks in 2016.
Sources tell Bleacher Report's Jason Cole that contract-year QB Russell Wilson is looking to become the highest-paid player in the NFL.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports contract-year QB Russell Wilson will play 2015 on an insurance policy in case of a career-ending injury.
Russell Wilson's agent said that he's made progress with the Seahawks in long-term talks, but that there's no deadline for a deal.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports it's "highly unlikely" the Seahawks will extend contract-year QB Russell Wilson's deal this year.
The Seahawks and Russell Wilson are "10s of millions" apart in contract talks, according to ESPN 710 Seattle.
Coach Pete Carroll said contract talks with Russell Wilson are "going a little slow, but it's ongoing."
In an interview with HBO's Bryant Gumble, Russell Wilson claimed the Texas Rangers want him to play baseball.
Seahawks GM John Schneider declined comment when asked if the team would contractually bar Russell Wilson from playing baseball.
Russell Wilson said he has not closed the door on playing both football and baseball.
Speaking Thursday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called contract talks with Russell Wilson "ongoing."
The Seahawks want Russell Wilson's contract extension done before training camp.