It’s been less than 10 days since Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson ended his holdout and signed a new contract. As a result, there is uncertainty that Johnson won’t play as much as he otherwise would have played when the Titans play in Jacksonville on Sunday.
As expected, Johnson will indeed start the game. His ultimate workload will be determined on the fly, based on how he feels and how his body responds to playing in a game less than two weeks after rejoining the team.
Johnson's upside and scoring potential overrides any extra in-game breaks he might get.