By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Johnson is making $8 million this season, and should they release him after the Super Bowl, the Titans would save $9 million of his expected $10 million base salary. His 2013 salary is guaranteed several days after the Super Bowl.
The Titans would receive a cap hit by releasing Johnson, but it would be far less than paying him $10 million next year. He has been an underachieving player since having a breakout year a few years ago.
He is averaging 1.10 yards per play. In 2 games, he has 19 rushes for 21 yards.
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