Jets ‘Quinnen Williams Could Sign ‘Biggest Contract In Franchise History’

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The New York Jets There are some big business decisions to make this season.

The biggest problem among them is whether to prolong the defense or not Quinnen Williams.

Williams is eligible for a contract extension this season, but that doesn’t mean Gang Green has to do anything. The University of Alabama was formerly still under contract for the next two years through 2023 (including the fifth year option).

On top of that, the Jets also have a franchise tag in their back pocket then if they want to push it that far.

Although it is possible to ask the Jets to lock their star as soon as possible for a variety of reasons.

It will send a great message to the rest of the dressing room. Selfish, might save a few cents by being proactive. The better a young defensive player plays, the more his price tag increases.

The biggest question still isn’t whether they’ll re-sign their star, it’s how much it will cost?

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Based on Cimini is rich of ESPN, that deal is expected to be the “biggest deal” in franchise history by year.

The current holder of that title is midfielder CJ Mosley, who is in between of a five-year, $85 million contract. He makes an average of $17 million a year on that deal.

Cimini believes Williams will command “something in the neighborhood of $20 million a year.”

Currently, four defensive balls in the NFL do the least $20 million per year led by Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams.

Speaking of Donald, he’s the only other defensive midfielder with more sacks (16) than Williams in the last two years (13), per ESPN.

23 years old (soon to be 24) has lived a successful life both on and off the pitch.

On top of his page Crazy sack maker from the inside, Williams is also a Jets nominee for Walter Payton’s Man of the Year award.

It’s the type of player you hand empty checks to and the type of person you build your organization with.


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The NFL’s contract renewal is not about rewarding players for what they’ve done in the past, but about paying for what they can do in the future.

Williams is only 23 years old and there’s still a lot he can accomplish.

On Monday, the former Alabama star will find out if he earned the first Pro Bowl nomination of his career. In addition to the respect he will earn with that honor, Williams will also earn some extra money.

By securing a Pro Bowl, the fifth-year option on his contract will increase from $10.6 million to a fully guaranteed $16 million, each Over The Cap.

Other reasons for optimism are the return of a star and some future investments at the location this season.

Carl Lawson will be back from a broken Achilles in 2022 and he is looking for another world in the off-season. Plus, the Jets will strongly consider some of the additional EDGE engines in both the 2022 NFL draft and free agency again.

All of which means things will get easier for Williams next season as the counter-acts won’t be able to focus solely on him.


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