3rd post of the day, but I've found this interesting topic on nfl.com: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9120499 I took a look at Steve McNair's contract for the future, and as many people know, there is a well-publicized $50 million option bonus for 2006. It sounds like a trigger to open up renegotiations, and it could very well happen. But there is also a $1 million option the club can pick up in September of '06 to not exercise the $50 million option. By simply paying McNair $1 million right before the season starts, the Titans could hold McNair for the 2006 season at a salary of $9 million. This will be a very interesting season for the Titans and the future of their greatest player of all time. I don't think the team will ever pay the $50 million. I do think they will consider the $1 million option, and they could very well attempt to negotiate the $9 million salary down. Finally, they could get to the point where they walk away from McNair and continue the youth movement that is going on in Tennessee. I wonder if Philip Rivers is on their radar screen? I wonder what they think of Matt Leinart? Do they think Billy Volek is the long-term answer? The truth is only one man has worked with all four quarterbacks mentioned in this article, and that is Norm Chow -- the offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans. ---- Looks pretty interesting, but isn't the $50 mill bonus BEFORE the $1mill option, so it wouldn't work out like that? I dunno, it seems a little too good to be true, and not publicised enough to be true like its written here?