Former Titan Chris Johnson is still unemployed, but is drawing some interest. Johnson reportedly visited with the New York Jets Tuesday.
The Jets have been projected as one of the leading suitors for Johnson since the off-season began along with the Bills, Falcons and Dolphins.
New York has plenty of cap space and with Bilal Powell and Chris Ivory in the backfield, the Jets have plenty of size, but are lacking in the speed department.
Johnson has rushed for over 1,000 yards all six of his NFL seasons, but with an $8-million payday looming and a career low 3.9 yards per carry in 2013 he was waived April 7 by the Titans.