Johnson to Represent Titans in Pro Bowl
Staff Report
Dec 29, 2009

The NFL announced Tuesday evening that Chris Johnson will be the starting running back for the AFC in the Pro Bowl. Johnson, a second-year pro, is within reach of the 2,000-yard rushing plateau and is 234 yards away from Eric Dickerson's single- season record of 2,105 yards. He is also within reach of Marshall Faulk’s NFL record of 2,429 scrimmage yards. Johnson has 322 carries this season for 1,872 yards and 12 touchdowns. He has also caught 47 passes for 483 yards and two touchdowns, giving him a league-high 2,355 total yards from scrimmage. He will be the Titans' lone Pro Bowl representative.


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