It would be interesting to know what Derek Jeter thinks of today’s news with Troy Tulowitzki.

The Colorado Rockies’ All-Star shortstop is reportedly set to sign a seven-year, $134 million extension through the 2020 season, according to the Denver Post.

Tulowitzki, 26, has already distinguished himself as one of the game’s bright young talents. He was second in the 2007 National League Rookie of the Year balloting, with a .291 average, 24 home runs and 99 RBI. Last season, he hit .315 in 122 games, and also won his first Gold Glove award.

He’s not even in the prime of his career, while Jeter is in the twilight, which begs the question: Will this extension help or hurt contract talks between Jeter and the New York Yankees?

Here are five reasons arguing both sides of whether this will be it for the Yankees captain:

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