The Jaguars cut running back Storm Johnson on Friday, the team announced. Johnson rushed for 86 yards on 29 carries last season.
After being placed on the Non-Football Injury list on Wednesday, Jaguars running back Storm Johnson said he expects to return to the field next week, reports Jacksonville.com. Johnson and coached Gus Bradley declined to discuss the nature of Johnson's injury, but Bradley said he is considered day to day. "I'd rather talk about it when I get back on the field," Johnson said.
Running back/returner Storm Johnson has been placed by the Jaguars on the active/non-football illness list, the Florida Times-Union has reported. The team has not revealed the nuture of the problem, but it arose during activities off the field. Johnson did miss some time this offseason with a back injury.
Jaguars running back Storm Johnson says he expects to be back at practice on Thursday after suffering a back injury on Wednesday, per Jacksonville.com. "I went to get treatment and got it all back together so it's good,'' Johnson said. "I wouldn't call it a setback,'' he said. "It got the best of me today. I'll be ready to go back Thursday (for the final day of mini-camp).''
Jaguars running back Storm Johnson was forced to exit Wednesday's practice early after experiencing tightness in his back, reports the Associated Press. Johnson ran for 86 yards and two touchdowns in 29 attempts last season.
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