Bobby Wagner refutes reported details of new contract with Rams

The Rams have made a habit of acquiring star players from other teams during their current front office regime, which paid off in a big way with the franchise’s first Super Bowl title in over two decades. That philosophy held true with Los Angeles’ recent signing of All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner from the rival Seahawks to a five-year, $ 50 million contract.

On Monday, a report from Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio emerged outlining the details of Wagner’s new contract. Florio noted the new pact will reportedly net the Rams LB a $ 6.5 million salary in 2022 and $ 3.5 million guaranteed in 2023 in addition to other bonuses and compensation.

Wagner, who has no agent and represents himself, took to social media to respond to PFT’s report of his contract details, suggesting that they were not accurate.

“Agents really don’t want to see players represent themselves even if they pose no threat,” he said. “But at least if you’re going to report the contract, you should get the details correct.”

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