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Chris Johnson’s agent is working closely with Titans to figure out his contract before training camp begins, on July 31st. Johnson has been pro for 2 years now, and is unhappy with his contract. At 5 years, 12 million dollars, he has decided instead that he wants to be the NFL’s highest paid offensive player. According to local newspaper the Tennessean, the Titans aren’t prepared to fork over that kind of cash, but may be willing to work out a deal where they turn the $2.5 million in escalated 2010 salary into a 2010 signing bonus to add to his $550,000 base salary this coming Fall. Then in 2011 he will receive 800,000 and 960,000 in 2012.