RTC: CJ exit 'a prudent business decision'

Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans ...

Ken Whisenhunt gets to talk to his team Monday for the first time, and he pledges things will be different in a group effort required for success. Jim Wyatt’s story from The Tennessean.

The Titans' split from Chris Johnson was over more than money, says Jim Wyatt. Work ethic was in play. So was his lack of accountability, I wrote on Friday.

Cutting Johnson was a prudent business decision by a team finally aligning with the times, says David Climer of The Tennessean.

Several Titans defended Johnson on his way out, writes John Glennon of The Tennessean.

It’s time for a better view of Eddie George’s short rushes and playoff runs after experiencing Johnson, who brought the Titans the sort of back so many craved while watching George. From David Boclair of the Nashville Post.

Johnson’s top five moments with the Titans, from Wyatt.

Why the big-money back is a vanishing breed, from Andy Benoit of The MMQB.

Delanie Walker will be a primary participant in “A Call to Coaches” in Nashville on Thursday. The event is geared at influencing boys and men to have a healthier view of manhood as an avenue to reduce violence against women. I’m the emcee. Here’s Craig Peters’ story from the team’s website.