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Titans' Mediocrity Devalues Johnson

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Do we feel that the production justifies the cost? Can we do better or maintain the status quo for a cheaper price? These are the questions facing the Tennessee Titans front office at the current moment as the franchise decides whether or not to retain the services of running back Chris Johnson for a sixth year.

It’s decision time around the National Football League. With the 2013 Super Bowl in the books, the 32 NFL franchises now begin the process of looking to next season. At the current juncture, that means taking a good, long look at the salary cap and determining which players can be released in order to free up space for upgrades.

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