Larry Johnson found himself a new home, Cincinnati. Yes, the home for many players who need a second chance after going through some rough times during their career. Johnson enters Cincinnati making many million dollars then what he got in Kansas City, signing a one-year deal at the leagues minimum pay.á Johnson comes into Cincinnati to provide depth behind starting running back Cedric Benson, who has had himself a breakout year, after spending three unsuccessful seasons with the Chicago Bears.á Whether Johnson gets much playing time or not, this is giving a statement to all 32 teams if he is really dedicated to playing in the NFL. We all know he has the talent, after putting up back-to-back 1,700 yard season in 2005 and 2006. If Johnson keeps his mouth shut and doesn't cause any problem ...
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