It's the dog days of summer for the
Training camps around the league won't open until the end of the month, meaningful games are months away and it's Fourth of July weekend.
It's the thick of baseball season, so who can blame
Wilson, whose baseball rights are owned by the
"I would definitely consider it," he said. Heck, Wilson could use the money too.
The 26-year-old Super Bowl-winning quarterback is set to make about $1.5 million this year, which doesn't sound so bad by itself.
But, that's less than every 2015 projected starter, plus guys who probably won't even see the field this year, like Sean Mannion (
The Seahawks are reportedly working on making Wilson the highest-paid quarterback in the league. If no deal is reached, Wilson could become a free agent in 2016.
Wilson played Class-A ball for the
He was eventually acquired by the Rangers and for the last two years has shown up for part of
Wilson probably doesn't need a second job to make ends meet, just something to do until football season.