Every week during the season I’ll take a look back at the games and select three players who are entering important stages of their contract that could have hurt their upcoming negotiations with their play on gameday. In addition we will also look at one player signed in the offseason to a new contract that did not live up to his new contract.
Matt Forte– If you want to get another big contract at Forte’s point of his career you have to standout and Forte did nothing of the sort with Chicago. Granted he has nothing to work with but by no means did he look like a difference maker. Forte should ask for a trade given the Bears current state of affairs. Continue reading 2015 NFL Stock Down: Week 3 »
I had incorrectly assumed based on the following that Brandon Browner had signed an extension with the Seahawks. According to Curtis Crabtree the Seahawks gave Browner a raise for the season and not an extension, which was my assumption.
Apologies for the mistake. Here is the original posting:
According to the NFL’s daily transaction logs CB Brandon Browner has renegotiated his contract with the Seahawks
Browner was in the final year of his contract and scheduled to earn the minimum salary, $555,000. With that in mind that should mean that the renegotiation is actually an extension onto his existing contract. Seattle had around $3.5 million in cap room to play with before the move. I’d imagine actual details of the contract will be made known tomorrow.