The former Tennessee Titan running back signs a two year deal with the Jets.

A day after meeting with the Jets, running back Chris Johnson has signed with the team. It's a two-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The Titansparted ways with Johnson earlier this month amid a report that the team questioned his work ethic. The Jets had no such concerns, which explains Tuesday's meeting and the subsequent contract offer.

Johnson joins a backfield that includes Bilal Powell and Chris Ivory, as well as Jets offensive newcomers, quarterback Michael Vick and wide receivers Eric Decker and Jacoby Ford. And suddenly a terrible offense from last season becomes somewhat more dangerous, at least from the perspective of April.