Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson continues to dominate NFL trade headlines with the now long-running saga of where he will be in 2014 still not sewn up.
It's understood that there are several teams interested in his signature, but they will have to stump up to the Titans and offer them a trade they can't refuse.
Johnson is 28 years old and should be hitting the final few prime years of his career but that doesn't seem to be the case, with the former premier RB now a shadow of his former self.
Back in 2009, Johnson gained 2,006 yards on the ground in a fantastic year that was only his second season in the NFL.
1,346 yards is his best tally of rushing yards since that excellent season, and his average yards per rush has significantly reduced from 5.6 in that career high season to 3.9 last year.
Of those so called 'multiple teams' that are interested in trading for Johnson, the Arizona Cardinals have ruled themselves out of the race.
In response to talk of the Cardinals trading for the Titans back, beat reporter Kent Somers explained, "In response to some reports out there, #azcardinals have no interest in chris johnson or Jones-Drew. Carry on."