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Chris Johnson should move to Broncos, according to ex-NFL player

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Tennessee Titans and Chris Johnson are not a match made in heaven that is for sure, and it seems Denver Broncos have gained their own recruiter in LenDale White.

The former Titans running back has been giving Johnson advice over Twitter today, and he has been telling him where it's best for him to take his football playing skills next.

Maybe White had a few too many drinks and took to Twitter, or maybe the move could actually make sense for the much maligned running-back.

Speaking on Twitter White said.

"‪@ChrisJohnson28‬ c'mon on to Denver Peyton will take care of u. Boi mite go for 2k again lol."

"‪@ChrisJohnson28‬ come to Denver = Super Bowl."

"If I'm a coach and I know wht I'm gettn in2. I would reach out get a feel for wht type if players I got esp if he's the biggest name on team."

In response Johnson tweeted, "Its cool bro i just wanna win n feed my family and juice RT ‪@THEREAL_LENDALE‬: ‪@kbull53‬ ‪@PaulKuharskyNFL‬ ‪@ChrisJohnson28‬ ‪#s‬ don't lie."

Back in 2009, Johnson gained 2,006 yards rushing in only his second year in the NFL.

It was supposed to be the start of an incredible career, but this hasn't quite transpired in the way it was meant to five years later. 

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