Examining the Chris Johnson Holdout, and Who's Side to Take
If the Chris Johnson holdout wasn't national news then it certainly is now. An exclusive interview by ESPN with Johnson outlined his frustration with the Titans over his current contract that currently only calls for him to make $550,000 next season.
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#1 Jun 22, 2010
This illiterate, uneducated child signed a contract. He must live with it. I bet that if he ever has a BAD year, he will not want to negotiate a down size contract. Let him rot while waiting for a raise--who needs him??????????
#2 Jun 26, 2010
I feel like he has the right and should hold out if they wont pay him.I know people say well he signed a contract,he should honor it.....but he would get cut and not get paid at all if he under performed his contract as much as he over performed it.It has to be fair and go both ways.....the owners cant have all the leverage,where its always win win for them and lose lose for the players. Besides five years from now...the owners will still be owners and will still be making miliions,while Cj and other rbs will hardly be able to walk around at 40.PAY THIS MAN!!!!!!!!!!
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