Three of the NFL’s top young players in wide receivers are seeking new deals after an offseason with record-breaking contracts.
Sources inform ESPN's Adam Schefterstar , Wideout Receiver All are looking for new contracts, but are not expected or required to do any on-field work during the offseason.
The Commanders and Titans will begin their offseason programs Monday, while the Niners will start Tuesday. Schefter told Schefter that McLaurin will report on time to Washington's offseason program, even though his contract is still unresolved.
Samuel and Brown were selected in the second round of the 2019 draft, while McLaurin was picked in third. The rookie contracts of all three players are still valid for one year and they will be eligible to receive new deals in an exploding market for wide receivers.
TheSigned Last month, the Star Receiver was rewarded with a record-breaking five-year contract. . The deal is worth $142.5million and includes $67.5million in guarantees. Adams will be paid an average of $28.5million annually — an NFL record, at that time, for a non-quarterback.
TheSigning a week later, he topped these numbers. After their blockbuster deal with the, they agreed to a four year, $120 million agreement . Hill will be making a record $30,000,000 per year, with $72.2 million guaranteed and $52.535,000,000 at signing.
Other receivers also signed lucrative deals in this offseason, including the‘ The (4-year, $104 Million) ‘ The (4-year, $72 Million) ‘ (3 years, $60 millions) and ‘ (3 years, $60 million).
star A second-rounder in 2019, Connor, also wants a new deal. However, he has been the subject to widespread trade rumors. .
According to the Seattle Times, Metcalf plans to continue participating in Seattle's on field workouts. This will be despite uncertainty over his future.
Samuel, 26, just finished a remarkable season that saw him help San Francisco to the NFC Championship Game. He was fifth in the league with 1,405 receiving yard, caught six touchdown passes, and also rushed to score eight touchdowns — a record NFL single-season for a receiver.
Brown, 24, suffered injuries after surpassing 1,000 receiving yard in his first two seasons with the Titans. Brown had 63 catches and 869 yards, five TDs and Tennessee finished 11-2 in his 13 games.
McLaurin (26), enjoyed another productive year in 2021, despite Washington's inconsistency as a quarterback. He had 1,053 yards, his second consecutive 1,000-yard season, and five touchdowns on 77 receptions.