Darren Waller Reveals Decision on Possible Contract Holdout

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This summer, the Las Vegas Raiders gave large contracts to Davante Adams, Maxx Crosby, Hunter Renfrow, and Derek Carr. 

Tight end Darren Waller has been excluded from the fun because of all the spending.

The Pro Bowl tight end has been a top-three performer at his position and a great player for the team.

Despite this, according to Over the Cap, he is the NFL's 17th highest-paid tight end.

He still has two years left on his current contract, but according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, he definitely deserves and wants a pay hike.

The Raiders would be wise to keep Waller because he is a crucial member of the group.

He doesn't initiate arguments, which is great for the squad. He's made it obvious that he wants a new contract

but he's given his agent the reins in those negotiations and said he has no plans to hold out if a deal can't be struck.

Regarding his contract situation, Waller replied, "Yeah, I'm focused on playing right now.

"That's handled by my agency. Whatever is happening there is happening there. But regardless matter what happens, I'm here and playing."

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