Welcome to the RSR family Albert Wilson II pic.twitter.com/RJOMfiMNR4— Drew Rosenhaus (@RosenhausSports) April 20, 2016
Albert Wilson will be repped by the Rosenhaus agency as the Kansas City Chiefs WR decided he needed a new agent ahead of the 2016 season.
This season has some significance for Wilson because it's a contract year for him. He is entering the final year of his three-year contract signed in 2014. He is scheduled to make a base salary of $600,000 in 2016.
I completely forgot that Wilson's contract would be coming up. That went quickly because I'm still not sure if Wilson is the Chiefs second or fourth best receiver. He's jumbled in there with Chris Conley and free agent signing Rod Streater. Streater is on just a one-year deal so this season should tell us more about the future of Wilson and Conley. Are either one of them the future No. 2?
I like Wilson and want the Chiefs to keep him depending, of course, on the price. His role has slowly risen from his strong end to the 2014 season to his 451-yard season last year.