Johnson tweeted, “All these subtractions and no additions so far. I just don't get it I want playoff guess I'll wait in see how free agency and the draft go”
For those who need a scorecard of the Titans changes, the club has rid itself of Johnson's position coahc Jim Skipper, plus long-time special teams coach Alan Lowry, linebackers coach Frank Bush and tight ends coach John Zernhelt with no replacements yet being hired.
Johnson's contract has a five-day out after the Super Bowl, if the club wants to escape from the $53 million extension he signed in 2011. Indications are that Johnson will stay with the Titans, but he doesn't sound pleased at the moves made thus far.
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