Chris Johnson is looking to begin a new part of his NFL career after spending six seasons as a member of the Tennessee Titans. Johnson was released Friday by the Titans, making the star running back a free agent now with a list of suitors being interested in him.

Johnson had some great seasons with the Titans, such as his epic 2000-yarder in 2009. However, he was never able to produce top-notch production like that ever again, though he still was a productive running back and still top 5 level.

It was the money factor in the end with Johnson making $8 million, an amount the Titans didn't feel was worthy when it all came down to it. It was that which led to Johnson's release from the franchise.

CJ2K spoke on his release Friday, saying he is "looking forward to the next chapter."

“I’d like to thank all of my teammates, the fans, the staff and the coaches who have supported me throughout my journey with the Titans,” Johnson said, per PFT. “I have grown so much as an individual and as teammate over the past few years, and I am excited about the opportunity to bring my experience and talents to a new organization. I’m looking forward to the next chapter and can’t wait to contribute to my new team.”

Johnson already is gaining interest from teams like the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys. He should be good to go and hopefully get somewhat back to his old ways with a new system and a fresh start.


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