Last year, Tennessee Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler inked a five-year, $61 million contract, with $24 million guaranteed at signing. He instantly became the highest-paid player on the Titans’ roster.
Left tackle Taylor Lewan had not yet signed his mega-extension, and while defensive lineman Jurrell Casey once held the crown, Butler managed to land a contract that valued $850,000 more.
Bleacher Report’s Brad Gagnon believes Butler’s contract is the Titans’ worst.
Butler bombed in his maiden season with the Tennessee Titans, performing terribly during a penalty-plagued first half of the year before redeeming himself (to an extent) with a strong second half.