Report: 49ers’ newest contract supply to Aiyuk is in $26M vary

Report: 49ers’ newest contract supply to Aiyuk is in $26M vary

The standoff between the 49ers and star extensive receiver Brandon Aiyuk continues, and a decision would not seem imminent so long as each events stay as far aside in contract extension negotiations as they seem like.

Simply how far aside are they? The San Francisco Chronicle’s Mike Silver supplied an replace on the 49ers’ newest supply to Aiyuk in an look on KNBR 680’s “Papa & Lund” on Thursday.

“I am listening to their supply is within the $26 million vary, which actually will not be Justin Jefferson cash, nor ought to it’s, but it surely’s nearer to that DeVonta Smith, Amon-Ra St. Brown, that subsequent tier down,” Silver mentioned.

If true, the $26 million-per-year common nonetheless is lower than Brown’s $28 million-per-year contract with the Detroit Lions — a benchmark Aiyuk reportedly wants to surpass — and even additional beneath what ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler believes Aiyuk’s worth could possibly be.

“So Brandon Aiyuk’s the large one,” Fowler said Saturday on SportsCenter. “We all know what the extensive receiver market is now. It is taking a look at most likely $30 million and above. And Aiyuk’s thought-about a top-10 receiver now at this level by most within the league.

“Each side have had negotiations, but it surely hasn’t actually graduated to one thing the place it will get executed and it is intensified. In order that they received the following six weeks over the summer season earlier than coaching camp to attempt to get it executed or he may not present up based mostly on him not exhibiting as much as minicamp as a precedent.”

Nonetheless, Aiyuk’s private extensive receiver coach T.J. Houshmandzadeh instructed 95.7 The Recreation’s “Willard & Dibs” on Thursday that Aiyuk would have agreed to terms had the 49ers provided him the identical deal as Brown’s four-year, $120 million contract.

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If that is the case, then the 2 sides look like at an deadlock over $2 million in common annual wage.

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