NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Chris Johnson is happy to have fullback Ahmard Hall back, and the former Marine is eager to push the Tennessee running back as much as possible.
That means the Titans are about to find out just how much they missed Hall.
Tennessee (3-1) is ranked last in the NFL in yards rushing per game, even after Johnson notched his first 100-yard performance this season. Johnson held out for his new $53 million contract, while Hall worked through the preseason. Johnson signed his extension a day before Hall learned the NFL rejected his appeal, forcing him to leave during practice and sit out the first four games.
The Titans now must decide whether to keep two fullbacks after swapping a draft pick for a fill-in.
Tennessee plays at Pittsburgh on Sunday.
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