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Today's Poll

Russell Wilson's new four-year extension makes him the second-highest paid NFL quarterback, right behind the Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers. What do you think of the former University of Wisconsin and Seattle Seahawks star's deal?
Wilson is an elite QB and every bit Rodgers' equal
Wilson is no Rodgers, but he earned the chance to cash in with his play
Wilson isn't the second-best quarterback, but had leverage on the Seahawks
Wilson's deal makes the Packers' extension with Rodgers look all the better
All NFL players make too much money

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