Free agent running back Chris Johnson is visiting the Jets offices today, according to reports on ESPN and elsewhere.
Johnson, a.k.a. CJ2K for his dynamic 2,006-yard rushing campaign in his second season with Tennessee in 2009, was released by the Titans last week. For his six-year NFL career he has 1,742 carries for 7,965 yards (4.6-yard avg.) and 50 touchdowns. He's also an accomplished receiver out of the backfield with 272 catches for 2,003 yards (7.4-yard avg.) and eight TDs.
With six 1,000-yard rushing seasons in his six years, Johnson remains on pace for the NFL record for most consecutive 1,000-yard seasons from the start of a career, held by Barry Sanders with the Lions and Curtis Martin with the Jets at 10 seasons each.