The Seattle Seahawks, which has performed poorly this season, may rectify the roster in the offseason. Veteran linebacker Bobby Wagner will take up a lot of salary space next season, so Bobby Wagner is not sure whether he can stay on the team.
“I will definitely think about this.” Bobby Wagner said in an interview on Wednesday, “I will think about what will happen next year and what will happen in the future, because we didn’t anticipate the performance this season. We never imagined this trend. Change is inevitable. I don’t know if I will be part of the change.”
The 31-year-old Bobby Wagner will take up $20.35 million in salary next season, which will also be the last year of Bobby Wagner’s contract. Bobby Wagner’s $16.6 million base salary has no guarantee clause, so Seattle Seahawks can choose to trade or cut it to make room, and the remaining $3.75 million is converted into dead money.
Bobby Wagner has completed 170 tackles so far this season, breaking the team history record he set in 2016. This is also the eighth consecutive year that Bobby Wagner has been selected to the Pro Bowl list. Bobby Wagner has no plans to retire, thinking that he still has room for growth.