From PFT "Unlike Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs stated willingness to give his team a hometown discount to remain in Baltimore as well as fellow impending free agents Ray Lewis and Bart Scott, Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth isnt embracing that idea as he approaches free agency. Haynesworth is looking to cash in with the Titans as much as possible. Hes reportedy seeking a six-year contract that would make him the highest-paid defensive player in the league. Not unless they give me a 100 percent guaranteed contract, Haynesworth said when asked if he would be open to possibly taking less money to re-sign with Tennessee. You want to try and make as much as you can because if you have a career-ending injury you are out and the team sure as heck is not going to pay you. Its not like baseball or basketball. You want to get as much as possible. Im not Terrell Suggs, thats all I can say. He was saying theyd all stay and take a hometown discount, but it is kind of hard now being in the NFL and that contract is not guaranteed. My agent knows what we want to get and he has a number he wants to get. I just want some money. Negotiations have been slow so far, according to Haynesworth who didnt like the Titans initial offer. Haynesworth was the Titans franchise player last year, triggering incentives that prevent the Titans from using the tag again to retain his rights. Haynesworth was named to his second Pro Bowl, recording 8 1/2 sacks last season."