Quinnen Williams details the numbers he wants in contract for Jets
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He wants to continue his career with the New York Jets, but Quinnen Williams wants to get paid like a top defensive tackle.
Williams, a first-team NFL All-Pro selection in 2022, watched Da’Ron Payne, Jeffery Simmons, and Dexter Lawrence receive massive contract extensions in the offseason. Williams totaled a career-high and team-high 12 sacks last season.
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He also recorded 12 tackles for loss, making his first-ever NFL Pro Bowl. According to Henry McKenna, an AFC East Reporter for Fox Sports, Williams is seeking between $25-$30 million per year in his upcoming contract.
#Jets DT @QuinnenWilliams is seeking between $25M-$30M per year in his upcoming contract, per source. (More than Jeffery Simmons and less than Aaron Donald.)
“He loves the Jets. He just wants to get paid. Hopefully it doesn’t get messy,” the source said.
— Henry McKenna (@McKennAnalysis) May 15, 2023
Hopefully, the situation does not get messy for the Jets.
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