RB Chris Johnson Prepared For A Prolonged Holdout

Last year, under the threat of holdout, the Titans found common ground enough to bring back Chris Johnson. The situation will come to a head again this summer whenever the NFL lockout ends, and the solution is bound to be more complex.

Johnson, set to earn just $800,000 in 2011, is preparing for a much more prolonged holdout if need be and remains committed to joining the game’s highest-paid running backs, according to those who have been in contact with him.

The idea of another “band-aid” deal, after three highly productive seasons, is not appealing to him, and a deal in the range of the $5 million per season extension Jamaal Charles signed with the Kansas City Chiefs last season isn’t what he’s thinking, either.


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One Response to “RB Chris Johnson Prepared For A Prolonged Holdout”

  1. Keith Pickett says:

    They suck with or without either one of those two. I used to live for the Titans and Live in PA. Im getting tired of CJ holding out and all the rest of their problems. Im almost ready to agree with these Steeler fans and agree the Titans Suck. I think the Steelers suck too but they make it to the playoffs and even win superbowls

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