NFL: The Tennessee Titans and Chris Johnson come to an agreement for the 2010 season
After no agreement for what seemed a long time, finally the Tennessee Titans and Chris Johnson agree to a revised deal. The deal is to pay Chris Johnson some of the maximum 2.5 million in escalator clauses this year then later like it was originally. Chris Johnson was going to holdout because he did not want to play for 550,000. Which is understandable seeing that he did rush for 2,006 yards last season. He was also the AP Offensive Player of the Year and a 2 time pro bowler since being draft out of East Carolina in the 2008 draft. Chris Johnson and the Titans might be a problem come 2011-2012 especially if Johnson continues to run over the competition. Arguably the best running back in the league, Johnson finally gets some money.