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Titans running back started 2012 off slow and everyone assumed he had cashed out and started his decline.  Johnson rebounded during the second half of the season, and finished the year with 1,243 yards and 6 touchdowns. Since the end of the season, the Titans have made no roster moves as expected but have gutted most of the coaching staff, firing or removing the running backs, linebackers, special teams, and tight ends coach. Johnson who can be a bit hot-headed took to twitter earlier to voice his frustrations.   Happy or not at least Johnson will get his $10 million next season.
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