Minneapolis – Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen could be online for a contract extension this offseason.
The receiver signed a four-year contract worth 19,246 million dollars in 2017, which will allow him to earn around eight million next season.
Blake Baratz, Thielen’s agent, said he believed an extension would be reached for the receiver and that it would not come through a hold by Thielen if both parties could not reach an agreement.
“Adam is not that kind of person,” Baratz said of the receiver, adding that “he would never condone a player to wait if it were not for a very valid reason, so both parties work in good faith to reach a conclusion.” that makes sense for everyone. “
The season of better numbers of Thielen and the maximums of its race in catches, with 113; in yards, with 1,373, and in scores, they make believe that he has done more with his current contract.
Baratz said “I know they want to take care of Adam and they want to stay with him,” but added that “I can not talk yet about when that will happen, but I’m optimistic that everyone will do the right thing.”
Thielen has two years left in his deal “but he has won a significant salary increase, not to mention what he has done in the field, he could be one of the best people in the whole league, he also represents the city, the organization and to the state, “said his agent. (USA), (EFE) .-