by JJ Cooper
So what's three million dollars a year between friends?
The Titans have apparently upped their offer to Albert Haynesworth in an attempt to keep him before free agency starts on Friday. Before the Titans had been offering four years, $36 million, but they are also aware that Haynesworth wants to be the highest paid defensive lineman in the league--which would mean he would need to average more than Jared Allen's $12.3 million per year deal.
The Nashville City Paper is reporting that Haynesworth is looking for $35 million guaranteed, which is roughly $10 million more than what the Titans have offered.
Titans Up Offer to Haynesworth, Will It Be Enough? originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Mon, 23 Feb 2009 08:29:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.