As Andrew mentioned, it's good to see Chris Johnson and the Titans reached at least a compromise solution, and CJ2K will be in camp when it opens at the end of this month.
The details of the deal are starting to emerge a bit, as Andrew Brandt of NFP wrote this morning about the 2012 incentives CJ has reached based on his performance the first two years. In that piece, Brandt speculated a potential deal would be based on the $1.25 million CJ has reached, plus a more to bump him over $2 million in total compensation for this year.
Since then, though, PFT has reported that Brandt's speculation was wrong. In fact, CJ's contract bump was merely moving forward the $1.25 million he has already earned from 2012 to this year. Between that $1.25 million, reportedly paid as a signing bonus, and his $550,000 base salary, CJ will make $1.8 million in total compensation this year. That's a far cry from the $30-40 million in guaranteed money he said he was looking for, but still not quite chicken feed.