They don't have to sell the contract. They could exercise it and make you spend $450 bucks. If the stock trades for $3 when they exercise it you'd have to buy 100 shares at $4.50 each which you could then turn around and sell at market for $3. This would net you $1.50 loss per share or $150. If they do sell the contract the price of it will vary which is why today it's only worth $14. If the stock price goes down to $3 the price of the contract will get more expensive. Your maximum loss (unlikely) is $450 and your maximum gain is $23.
I think you're confusing pigs and hogs but it doesn't matter. You don't have to rely on one trade to make money. There's millions of them out there. I know you guys are pumping the shit out of your stock but none of us needs to catch your knives.
This is the absolute worst way you could negotiate toward your goal.