Sources: Wilson changing agents

Russell Wilson, in the third year of his rookie pact, has left agent Bus Cook to go with baseball agent Mark Rodgers, according to sources. Joe Nicholson/USA TODAY Sports

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who is eligible for a new deal after this season, is changing agents, according to a memo the NFL sent teams Wednesday.

Sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that Wilson is likely to go with his baseball agent, Mark Rodgers. Wilson did speak recently with his former NFL agent Bus Cook, and praised Cook but wanted to keep all his business with one agent, triggering the change.

A source close to Wilson said Cook was not fired, but simply the quarterback had decided to make a change.

Wilson, who has a base salary of $662,000 for 2014, has thrown for 2,897 yards, 18 touchdowns and six interceptions for a quarterback rating of 93.6 this season.