Mostert’s agent Brett Tessler made a public announcement about the trade request and also spoke to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media about what his client is looking for in a new deal. Mostert signed a three-year deal ahead of the 2019 season after two years spent largely on special teams, but took on a leading offensive role last season.
Tessler said that Mostert has been looking for a salary bump that would bring his compensation in line with Tevin Coleman. Coleman is set to make $4.55 million in 2020 while Mostert is set to make $2.575 million.
Raheem Mostert looking for salary in line with Tevin Coleman originally appeared on Pro Football Talk