Coach Rex Ryan reiterated this week that he doesn't anticipate that "one guy is just going to carry the load" in the Jets' backfield this season.
Chris Johnson rushed ten times for 63 yards and caught two passes for one yard in the Jets' second preseason game Saturday night.
Chris Johnson managed one yard on three carries in the Jets' preseason opener Thursday night, but scored a goal-line touchdown and added 16 yards on two receptions.
ESPN New York doesn't envision Chris Johnson coming anywhere close to his Titans average of 290 carries per year this season with the Jets.
When asked about his running back distribution, Jets coach Rex Ryan answered "I definitely think it’s going to be a committee approach."
Chris Johnson participated Saturday in his first live full-contact action since offseason knee surgery.
Chris Johnson underwent stem-cell treatment surgery on his left knee in the offseason.
According to the New York Post, the Jets put Chris Johnson "in motion" and "flexed him out as a wide receiver quite a few times" during his first practice of training camp Thursday.
Chris Johnson (knee) has been medically cleared for training camp.
ESPN New York expects the Jets to take a backfield-by-committee approach.
Jets OC Marty Mornhinweg referred to Chris Johnson as a "first-ballot Hall of Famer."
Chris Johnson believes he will not be involved in a timeshare with Chris Ivory on the Jets.
Chris Johnson (knee surgery) said he's been "pretty much cleared" by Dr. James Andrews.
Jets RBs coach Anthony Lynn indicated the team will limit Chris Johnson's usage in an effort to "keep him fresh."