KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Chiefs running back Larry Johnson says he wants to leave Kansas City.
During an appearance Wednesday on 610 Sports Radio, Johnson said he thinks it's time for him and the chiefs to "break ties." He says his departure would allow the Chiefs to find "what they want, and I can try to go on and rebuild my career and find what I want."
Chiefs spokesman Bob Moore said there was nothing that came out of the interview that hadn't been talked about before. Johnson said in December he felt he had no future with the Chiefs.
Johnson just completed a season in which he was benched for three games for violating team rules and suspended by the league for a fourth game for violating NFL player conduct rules.
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