Chris Johnson has been vocal about receiving a new contract from the Titans after his 2,000-yard rushing season. Johnson is due to make $550,000 next season in the third year of a five-year, $12 million contract that he signed as a rookie in 2008.
In the spirit of the topic, former RB Marshall Faulk took Johnson’s side, while ex-NFL team executive Michael Lombardi represented Titans management to discuss the situation Wednesday on NFL Total Access.
Faulk, incidentally, believes Johnson should hold out from the Titans to get a new contract. Check out the above video to see hear Faulk and Lombardi’s arguments.