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Brandon Aiyuk has delivered a significant message to the management of the San Francisco 49ers concerning his salary.

Brandon Aiyuk has a big message to the San Francisco 49ers front office regarding salary.

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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk sent a serious message to the front office regarding his expectations from the team regarding his contract.

The 49ers are in talks to extend his tenure with Aiyuk.
The 49ers recently lost veteran player Arik Armstead because he felt the offer San Francisco made to him this offseason was undervalued after nine seasons with the team.

be. Aiyuk will not be taken lightly by the 49ers either. Aiyuk wanted to stay with the 49ers, but he also wanted to get paid, he said, according to a transcript of Aiyuk’s comments on “Nightcap with Shannon Sharpe.

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” According to a transcript of Aiyuk’s comments by Josh Alper of NBC Sports:
“I’m trying to get what I deserve,” Aiyuk said.

“This season, this season of playing football, I’ve learned a lot about who I am as a person, as a player, what I bring to the table, what I bring to the locker room, what I bring to the organization.

I feel like I was able to do it. “The value that you get when you walk into this building.

People will follow me because I’ve been doing the right thing since the day I first walked in there.” , until I went there this morning.

Aiyuk hinted that if the 49ers don’t give him what he deserves, he will try to play elsewhere:

“From the first day I walked in there to the morning I was there. If they don’t see value in it, that’s it. Otherwise, it’s nothing else.

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I won’t go in there. We have hired professionals on both sides and we hope that we can come to a professional agreement to continue playing professional football.”


The 49ers may not be able to pay everyone what they deserve. This is a problem elite teams have when the salary cap is kept low.

The 49ers also need to give Brock Purdy what he deserves, perhaps as early as next offseason. Let’s be honest, Purdy is currently the lowest-paid quarterback in the NFL.

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But again, much of Purdy’s success has to do with Aiyuk. Can the 49ers afford to keep both?

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