NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -The agent for All-Pro defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth doesn't think a long-term deal with the Tennessee Titans will be reached before the July 15 deadline.
Agent Chad Speck wrote in an e-mail Tuesday to reporters that there has been no significant movement from the Titans on a new contract since February, and that he doesn't expect anything new before the deadline to reach such a deal. If that doesn't happen, the team can only sign their franchise player to a one-year deal.
Speck said recent talks have centered on Haynesworth signing his one-year tender if the Titans agree not to tag him as their franchise player in 2009.

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