Woods told reporters Thursday that he was in “a little bit of talks early on” with the team about re-doing his contract.
“Really just coming out here showing them that I’ve been working on my game and pick up where I left off,” Woods said, via the L.A. Times. “Come in looking built, looking yoked, feel fast and ready to get paid, for sure.”
Woods signed a five-year, $34-million contract in 2017 in L.A. after four years in Buffalo. The 28 year old has surpass that contract by leaps and bounds.
With two years remaining on the deal — with base salaries of $5 million in 2020 (along with $2 million in bonuses) and $9 million in 2021..
Woods is currently the 37th-highest paid WR in terms of average per year, according to Over The Cap. Making less than Adam Humphries, Cole Beasley, Randall Cobb and others
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