Seahawks' Wilson Standing Tall

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Russell Wilson was about four inches away from $20 million this spring. Too bad for him they were missing from the top of his head.

Wilson barely is 5-feet-11. So the NFL automatically figured he’d be a footstool for Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. They went 1-2 in the draft, while Wilson went 75th.

The only thing that really separated them, however, was the fact that Luck is 6-4 and Griffin is 6-3. Well, that and the contracts they signed.

Luck got $22.1 million and Griffin $21.1 million for four years. Wilson got four years at $2.99 million.

Who’s standing tallest now?

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