A new Hope: Titans agree to deal with Steelers safety
Chris Hope's desire to cash in on his Super Bowl year cost him his job in Pittsburgh, but it allowed him to get a contract with the Titans.
Hope reached an agreement in principle Wednesday with the Titans on a six-year contract. Financial terms of the deal weren't available. He had been asking for a contract in the $4 million-a-year range. After days of negotiating, the Steelers decided to let Hope go and instead signed the Redskins' Ryan Clark, giving him a four-year, $7 ...
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