KAPOLEI, Hawaii — Tennessee star Chris Johnson was stunned by coach Jeff Fisher's departure from the Titans.

KAPOLEI, Hawaii — Tennessee star Chris Johnson was stunned by coach Jeff Fisher's departure from the Titans.

"It was a surprise," the running back said Friday after Pro Bowl practice . "I thought it was going to be the quarterback (Vince Young) or the head coach and it was actually both of them. So I guess we're kind of in the rebuilding process."

That makes Johnson a little uneasy.

"To be honest, it's crazy. I feel like I'm not ready for a rebuilding process. I'm ready to play in the playoffs, in the postseason," he said. "I want to win a Super Bowl and things like that, but at the end day, I love where I'm at right now. I love Tennessee. I love my fans, so I'm willing to take on whatever and put the team on my back and try to get us there."

The Titans have decided to either trade Young or release him later this offseason.

The 25-year-old Johnson became just the sixth player in NFL history to run for 2,000 yards in 2009 and leveraged that into a pay raise for 2010. He ran for 1,364 this season.