Russell Wilson's new contract does not include a "prohibition on baseball."
Seahawks signed QB Russell Wilson to a four-year, $87.6 million contract extension that includes $60 million guaranteed.
Profootballtalk passes along "belief in league circles" that the Seahawks could finalize Russell Wilson's extension within "the next 48 hours."
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports a "sizable gap" remains between Russell Wilson and the Seahawks ahead of Friday's artificial extension deadline.
CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Seahawks aren't making much progress in extension talks with Russell Wilson.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks remain in extension negotiations.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the deal the Seahawks have offered Russell Wilson would pay him under $20 million up front.
According to Profootballtalk, "word on the NFL grapevine" is that the Seahawks have offered Russell Wilson a long-term contract with an average-annual value of $21 million, and "significant guaranteed money."
In a poll of 35 coaches, personnel men and former front office executives, only 11 viewed Russell Wilson as a top-tier quarterback.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports contract-year QB Russell Wilson will not negotiate a new deal once he steps foot onto the field at training camp.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks and contract-year QB Russell Wilson remain "not close" in talks, and that Wilson wants to "be paid as if" he was a free agent.
Speaking to a church congregation on Sunday, Russell Wilson again refused to rule out the idea of playing baseball.
Russell Wilson said he'd "definitely consider" resuming his baseball career were he traded to the Seattle Mariners.
In an interview with ESPN, Russell Wilson mentioned $25 million as an annual salary figure.