wide receiver Deebo SamuelThe 49ers’ desire for a new contract is still a problem for the 49ers as training camp approaches, but another key offensive player doesn’t think it will be long.
tight end George Kittle said on Business with the boys a podcast in which he believes the 49ers should have negotiated a new contract with the 49ers earlier, although it would have been difficult since the broadest was not eligible for a new deal until this offseason and is now debatable as the two sides failed to reach an agreement . This led to Samuel asking for a trade, but Kittle believes “that window is sort of closed” because the 49ers won’t be able to help them this year if the trade is for a draft pick.
This made Kittle think an extension would be the end result, and he noted how the situation worked out for him and the midfielder. Fred Warner when predicting when a deal might close.
“Something crazy can happen, I could swallow my words in two weeks, but the Niners completed all the main contracts – mine, Fred Warner’s – a week before the start of the season. So, my hunch We’ll hear news about it in three weeks, but I have no idea,” Kittle told 95.7 The Game.
Kittle and Warner actually closed their deals long before the first week of the regular season, and Warner closed the deal at the end of July last year. A similar schedule for Samuel will leave Jimmy Garoppolothe status of the only serious thread broken by the offseason of the team.
George Kittle suggests Deebo Samuel contract news in three weeks originally appeared on Football talk