The saga of where Keyshawn Johnson will end up still remains a hot topic in the NFL circle, and now a new team has popped up as a possible front runner. That team is the silver and black of the Oakland Raiders, who according to sources along with the Tennessee Titans are one of two teams that seem to be in the top spot to land the 34-year-old wide out.
A few other teams have been mentioned in the KJ mix, including the Giants, Eagles, Packers, Chargers and Seahawks. With all those teams involved, it looks like it will take at least a two-year deal to land Johnson. One team that could use another wide out is Minnesota, who many think should at least take a look at Johnson. At last check, Minnesota was not a team that was in the running for Johnson.
There is still a slight chance that Johnson will hang up the cleats and move to the TV booth. While Johnson himself has openly talked about the move, it would be a shock with the fact that no less than 7 to 8 teams are talking about him that Johnson would end his career now when many think he still has at least one good year left.