If the New York Jets want to land a star player they might need to trade for them. The unfortunate thing is lately Rex Ryan jas been missing out on a bunch of players he really wanted.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Titans are expected to either trade or cut the former 2,000-yard rusher before offseason workouts begin in a week.
If Johnson reatructures his deal to a more cost friendly price, he could speed up the process.
The Jets need a running back to team with oft-injured Chris Ivory and general manager John Idzik could be setting aside the bulk of his remaining salary cap space for a play at Johnson.