Looking for replacement to injured receiver Jeremy Maclain, Johnson was seen as the one
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/29/2012 -- Statements from Philadelphia Eagles regarding Chad Johnson’s recent tweet seem to indicate that rumbling about the wide receivers return to the gridiron were much ado about nothing. CSN Philly’s Reuben Frank is tweeting that Johnson stated that Johnson is not working out with the Eagles.
Johnson had tweeted earlier in the week that he was flying into Philadelphia, sparking rumors he may be seeking to grab a replacement job after Philadelphia’s receiver Jeremy Maclain sustained an injury to his hip in the team’s victory over the Ravens last week.
Johnson had been slated to play for the Miami Dolphins in the offseason, however after failing to sync up with the team and other off-the-field happenings, the former Pro-Bowler was left without a job. Following Johnson’s tweet, there was some reason to consider he may be attempting to find work where work was needed. The Eagles are said to have better options as there is considerable talent on in the current free agency market.
The Dolphins are also in no need of Johnson, as rookie Quarterback Ryan Tannehill and wide receiver Brian Harline are said to have good chemistry, reported the Palm Beach Post.
“We’re able to get out there, see different looks and change plays,” Hartline said. “That’s all him; I’m not doing anything besides listening to him. We converse on the sideline and talk about different looks we want to see, but overall it’s me agreeing with what he’s doing, him agreeing with me, and we’re rocking.”
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