The writing has been on the wall for quite some time for Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans. Back in early December, reports indicated that the Titans were going to cut Johnson following this past season. Now, a month into the offseason, the Titans are going to move forward with their plans of getting the 28-year-old running back off their team. After an underwhelming 2013-14 campaign that saw the man known by some as "CJ2K" barely crack the 1,000-yard rushing mark, Tennessee is looking to save up some money and that starts with shedding Johnson's huge contract.
With Johnson set to earn $8 million next season, teams may be a little apprehensive towards signing off on any deal. However, if the Titans are met with that dilemma, they are prepared to take a $4 million cap charge and release him altogether. So, is any NFL team in need of a pretty decent running back with some solid upside?
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[via Pro Football Talk]