Published September 15, 2015
Unhappy with his contract, Michael Bennett decided to show and avoid the fines. Kam Chancellor decided the best way to get his point across was to hold out.
And Bobby Wagner wants his contract extension done "now."
While the Seattle Seahawks were celebrating Russell Wilson's contract extension on Friday, there were a handful of players equally unhappy about their contract status.
Bennett and Wagner said they considered holding out but decided to show and avoid paying a fine of up to $30,000 per day. Wagner's rookie contract expires after this season, while Bennett feels he should be paid beyond the $28 million, four-year contract he signed in March 2014.
Chancellor is holding out, unhappy with his compensation for the contract he signed prior to the 2013 season.