According to Mortensen, an unnamed representative of Wilson contacted the Seahawks this week "insisting that something be done" to adjust Wilson's salary. As a third-round rookie, Wilson is set to make just $526,217 in the 2013 season.
Under the terms of the new CBA, rookies are barred from renegotiating their contracts until after the first three years. Wilson is signed through the 2015 season, and is set to make only $2.99 million over the lifetime of the contract.
Wilson had a dazzling rookie year, leading Seattle to an 11-5 record and playoff victory and generating serious consideration for Offensive Rookie of the Year. It's unlikely that the team would break the CBA to give their new franchise QB a raise right now, but he is setting himself up nicely for a big paycheck in two years.