​With ​Kareem Hunt now with the Browns and Nick Chubb coming off an outstanding rookie season in Cleveland, it looks like there's just no room for Duke Johnson. 

However, that doesn't mean the running back's services aren't wanted. He's still got plenty in the tank and according to a report, both the Cowboys and Eagles have expressed interest in a possible trade to land him. 

​Johnson saw limited action last season, recording only 40 carries. However, he took advantage of his opportunities to shine, posting 201 yards, averaging five yards per carry. He also finished the season with three touchdowns on the ground. 

Should he go to Dallas, he'd obviously play behind Ezekiel Elliott, who is quite frankly one of the best backs in the game. He could have a bit more of a role in Philly, ​but if you ask Bryce Harper, the Eagles' focus should be on Le'Veon Bell and not Johnson. 

The offseason has already been a busy one in the NFL. Let's see if Johnson's next home will be in Dallas, Philly or a different location entirely. 

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