Pro Bowl fullback Mike Sellers has not been participating in the Redskins' voluntary offseason program, according to league and team sources, and is seeking a new contract. Sellers signed a four-year, $4 million deal in March 2007, which included a modest $700,000 signing bonus, and reached the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2008.
I'm hoping and assuming that we'll gladly give him a new contract without any problems. If the Redskins FO wants to begin to turn the corner, one of the things they will have to do is sign this guy like right now, there's no need for any drama that can be averted if the Redskins just give Sellers the money he deserves. Do any of you think that the Redskins would actually be hesitant to give Sellers a new contract? I surely hope not.