The problem: His owners shouldn't do that. At least not yet. The smart fantasy football owner doesn't rule out anything, especially when it comes to a struggling player with a track record that includes success. Sure, the Chiefs officially released Johnson on Monday to sever ties with a running back who was one game -- well, the way he's played this season, maybe two games -- from setting the franchise mark for rushing yards. Still, value remains for fantasy owners. The Chiefs could no longer trade him, so they cut him with an exclamation point. But fantasy owners can afford to wait longer.
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