Johnson returned to practice Thursday, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Johnson was held out of Wednesday's practice due to what is speculated to have been a disciplinary issue, but he was a full participant Thursday. The veteran appears on track to play his usual starting role against the Patriots in Week 17, and he'll attempt to close out what's been a rocky season in strong fashion.
Johnson was held out of practice for an undisclosed reason, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Although the Jets wouldn't disclose much information, there were some rumblings that Johnson may have showed up late to Wednesday's practice. Without confirmation, that remains speculation. Johnson has had a bit of a bumpy year in his first season with the Jets. The veteran's status for Sunday's game seems up in the air following the incident, but we likely won't know his fate until closer to game time.
Johnson (foot) is officially active for Saturday's game against the Texans. Johnson was limited during Thursday's practice session, but it doesn't appear the foot issue is a major concern for Saturday's contest. He should take his usual spot as part of the starting 11 on defense.
Johnson (foot) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Texans, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Johnson was limited in Thursday's practice due to a foot injury. If the veteran is unable to suit up against the Texans, Rashard Robinson is expected to receive increased snaps.
Johnson recorded three solo tackles and two interceptions during Sunday's 27-23 win over the Bills. Josh Allen tossed two turnovers Sunday afternoon, both of which fell into Johnson's hands, as the veteran cornerback had a day to remember. Johnson's four interceptions this season are his most since 2015.
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