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2021 Receiving

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Post Season

Top KeeSean Johnson News

  • KeeSean Johnson: Headed back to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Eagles' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Johnson was active for Sunday's wild-card round loss due to the absence of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (finger). He was on the field for 18 total snaps --16 of which came on special teams -- but he did not record a stat.

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  • Eagles' KeeSean Johnson: Elevated by Philadelphia

    The Eagles elevated Johnson to their active roster Saturday.

    Johnson spent the entire 2021 campaign on the Eagles' practice squad but will join the active roster for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Buccaneers. He's unlikely to play a significant role in the postseason opener.

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  • KeeSean Johnson: Restored to practice squad

    The Eagles activated Johnson (undisclosed) from the practice squad COVID-19 list Wednesday.

    Johnson landed on the practice squad COVID-19 list Friday but will rejoin the team after less than a week of isolation. He hasn't yet appeared in a game this year.

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  • KeeSean Johnson: Hits practice squad COVID list

    Johnson was put on the Eagles' practice squad COVID-19 list Friday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports.

    Johnson has been on the Eagles' practice squad since Sept. 1 but hasn't seen any game action this season. Whatever chance he had to move up to the active roster during the regular season took a hit with his move to the COVID list.

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  • KeeSean Johnson: Heading to Philly

    Johnson was signed to the Eagles' practice squad Wednesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.

    The 2019 sixth-round pick spent camp with the Cardinals but was let go Monday, and he'll now receive a look with the Eagles. Johnson appeared in 18 games for Arizona over the past two seasons and caught 36 passes for 360 yards and one touchdown.

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  • KeeSean Johnson: Cut loose by Cards

    The Cardinals let go of Johnson on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    The 2019 sixth-round pick started five of his 18 games the past two seasons, catching 36 of 65 targets for 360 yards and a touchdown. Johnson hans't shown any explosiveness as a wide receiver, and he's played just 11 career snaps on special teams.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Back from COVID-19 list

    The Cardinals activated Johnson (undisclosed) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    Johnson returns to the practice field alongside fellow wideouts Andy Isabella and Isaac Whitney. With A.J. Green and Rondale Moore having bolstered Arizona's wide receiving corps, and the likes of DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk already established on offense, Johnson is competing for what looks like sparse depth opportunities.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Moved to COVID list

    The Cardinals placed Johnson (undisclosed) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    Currently, the Cardinals have four wide receivers on this reserve list, including Andy Isabella (undisclosed), Rico Gafford (undisclosed) and Isaac Whitney (undisclosed). It's unclear if any or all of them have tested positive for the virus, but their respective number of days away from the team will be indicative of their situations. Despite Larry Fitzgerald moving on this offseason, Johnson is even further down the depth chart, as Arizona added A.J. Green and Rondale Moore to a receiving corps that also includes DeAndre Hopkins (undisclosed) and Christian Kirk.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Another quiet season

    Johnson finished the 2020 season with 15 catches (on 23 targets) for 173 yards and no touchdowns in eight appearances.

    Johnson was a healthy scratch for eight of the Cardinals' first 10 contests of the campaign, but a positive COVID test and injuries to the receiving corps allowed him to get on the field down the stretch. Tossing aside his two longest catches of the season -- 45 and 32 yards -- his other 13 receptions went for a miserable 7.4 YPC and 4.6 YPT. A 2019 sixth-round pick, Johnson has two years remaining on his rookie deal, but the presence of DeAndre Hopkins and Christian Kirk -- along with the possibility Larry Fitzgerald returns and potential for offseason additions -- doesn't guarantee Johnson anything heading into the offseason.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Set to be No. 2 WR in Week 17

    Johnson is in line to serve as the Cardinals' No. 2 wide receiver for Sunday's road game against the Rams with Larry Fitzgerald (groin) and Christian Kirk (undisclosed, reserve/COVID-19 list) sidelined, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    After making just two appearances through Arizona's first 10 contests of the season, Johnson has received a varied snap count in five consecutive games, leading to a 10-131-0 line on 13 targets. Behind DeAndre Hopkins, Chase Edmonds and tight end Dan Arnold, reps and passes from Kyler Murray still will be available for Johnson, Andy Isabella and Trent Sherfield. Considering his recent workload, Johnson should lead that trio, but his career mark of 5.5 yards per target doesn't project significant production.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: On pace for more work

    Johnson is slated for a larger role in the Cardinals offense Sunday against the Rams after Christian Kirk (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    While he was inactive for eight of the first 10 games of the campaign, Johnson has had a modest role in the offense over the last five contests, hauling in 10 of 13 targets for 131 yards during that span. With Kirk out of the picture Week 17 and Larry Fitzgerald (groin) seemingly poised to join him on Arizona's list of inactives, Johnson could bump all the way up to the No. 2 receiver alongside DeAndre Hopkins. Still, in Johnson's 17 career appearances, he's averaged just 5.5 yards per target, so he may be hard-pressed for a notable performance Week 17, even if he experiences a decent increase in volume.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Posts career-high 50 yards

    Johnson caught two of three passes for 50 yards during Saturday's 20-12 defeat to the 49ers.

    Johnson did most of his damage on a 45-yard bomb late in the third quarter, which was the Cardinals' longest play of the game. He otherwise was quiet on his 20 snaps on offense behind DeAndre Hopkins (75 of 82), Larry Fitzgerald (71) and Christian Kirk (68). Having said that, Hopkins suffered an upper-body injury during the game and Fitzgerald's recent practice reps were capped due to a groin issue, so the state of Arizona's receiving corps is in some flux.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Posts season high in yards

    Johnson totaled two receptions (on three targets) for 38 yards during Sunday's 33-26 victory against the Eagles.

    The Cardinals made Andy Isabella a healthy scratch for a second straight game, going instead with Johnson as the fourth wide receiver behind DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald. Johnson's 32-yard catch at the end of the first half was Arizona's fourth-longest play of the contest, but he otherwise was quiet on 20 other offensive plays. Assuming he's available on game days, his lack of snaps and targets don't give much hope for production on a weekly basis.

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  • Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: Records one catch Week 14

    Johnson reeled in one of two passes for nine yards during Sunday's 26-7 road win versus the Giants.

    With Larry Fitzgerald back from the reserve/COVID-19 list, the Cardinals opted to make Andy Isabella a healthy scratch, which allowed Johnson to work as the No. 4 wide receiver behind DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk and Fitzgerald. The top trio earned between 72 and 84 percent of the plays on offense, while Johnson was limited to 24 percent and Trent Sherfield to six percent. Only Johnson got into the act among those two, but a nine-yard catch on such a small snap share is nothing to write home about.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 201 lbs
Birthplace: Mountain View, CA
Age: 25
Class: Junior