Chris Johnson decided after his visit with the Dolphins that his best option was signing a one-year deal with his former team.
Chris Johnson will receive up to $3 million despite receiving an offer nearly double of that from another team, sources report.
The embattled running back is looking to rebound this season after being injured last year with Arizona, which costed him to be out the last five weeks of the regular season.
As for the Miami Dolphins things are not looking good in finding a veteran running back to run the show in Miami. I am thinking that the Dolphins should look in their backyard and start working with their present running back Jay Ajayi as their featured back, and look to the draft for maybe a tandem between Ajayi and that draft pick.