Tackle Duane Brown ‘isn’t pleased’ he hasn’t gotten contract extension1 min read
Seattle Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown is in the final year of his contract and is seeking an extension. And according to ESPN’s Adam Shefter, Brown “isn’t pleased” he’s still waiting on a new deal.
“Turns out that Jamal Adams isn’t the only Seahawk seeking a long-term deal and not practicing without one,” Schefter tweeted Friday afternoon. “OT Duane Brown, in the last year of a contract scheduled to pay him $10 million this season, also is seeking an extension and isn’t pleased he hasn’t gotten one, per source.”
Like Adams, Brown has been present throughout the Seahawks training camp but has yet to take the field to practice with the team. Brown hasn’t been made available to the media and coach Pete Carroll has been tight-lipped when responding to questions about the offensive lineman.
The Seahawks have another practice Saturday before the club’s mock game at Lumen Field, which is set to kick off at 1:25 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Report: LT Duane Brown ‘isn’t pleased’ he hasn’t gotten contract extension