NFL: San Francisco management optimistic Deebo Samuel’s contract extension will come soon

This Tuesday at a press conference, both the general manager of the San Francisco 49ers John Lynchlike the head coach Kyle Shanahanattended the media, in an event in which the manager commented on the contractual situation with Deebo Samuel, about which he feels optimistic less than 2 months before the start of the 2022 NFL season.

We have had very productive and substantive discussions. I don’t want to get everyone excited that something is imminent, because we’re not there yet. But I’m hopeful that in the near future we can announce something that’s exciting for everyone involved.” Deebo is here today, and we’re excited to move forward with him as part of this team.,” Lynch said, according to

In what seems to be going well, Samuel has already reported for the beginning of the training camp with his teammates, without yet defining his future in the team, to which requested to be transferred last Aprilbut with the club reluctant to let go of their best offensive player from last year.

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Deebo Samuel is entering the final year of his rookie deal, in which he is scheduled to earn $3.936 million, very little compared to the massive contract renewals wide receivers have received this offseason.

In the 2021 season, Samuel, 26, had a spectacular performance, registering 1,405 yards, which was the fourth most in the NFL, in addition to 6 touchdowns, and the most receiving yards in the entire league with 18 .

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As if that were not enough, he also contributed excellently on the ground, adding 365 yards, 59 carries, and even more touchdowns than he had in the air, adding a total of 8 touchdowns on the ground.

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NFL: San Francisco management optimistic Deebo Samuel’s contract extension will come soon