NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Among the things many observers suggested would help the Titans get their money’s worth out of Chris Johnson was an increased offseason presence in Nashville.
It turns out the Titans negotiated incentives into his contract.
But it’s not that he will gain money if he is around.
It’s that he will lose money if he is not around.
The nine-week offseason program will include 36 workouts. Andrew Brandt reported and I've confirmed that if Johnson fails to attend at least 30 workouts in an offseason, his salary the following year will be reduced by $250,000.
Previously Johnson had maintained that his offseason workout regimen in Orlando was working for him based on his success in the NFL.
That’s OK at time, but when
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