The Tennessee Titans don't have a player on either list, and that's a good thing both ways.
Looking at the cash values of contracts in 2014, only two look really out of whack.
Safety Michael Griffin can be a good player, but he's not worth $6.2 million this year. (And he knows I don't believe he is, though I commend him for having landed said deal.)
Right tackle Michael Oher will have to show he's worth close to $6 million, and he may play in a backup role this season, which would make that impossible to do.
Others with numbers worth a mention: cornerback Jason McCourty and left guard Andy Levitre ($6.5 million), Nate Washington ($4.8 million), linebacker Wesley Woodyard ($4.75 million), defensive lineman Sammie Hill ($3.4 million) and running back Shonn Greene ($2.4 million).
On the other end of the spectrum...
Who are the best players on each side of the ball?
Who are the Titans' primary building blocks?
Who are the most underpaid players on the Titans?
Casey's due $1.431 million in the final year of his rookie deal and is the top priority for a contract extension.
Wright is due $1.137 million.