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  • Rams' John Johnson: Sees role reduce in return to Rams

    Johnson recorded 42 tackles (24 solo), six passes defended and two interceptions during the 2023 regular season. After two years as a starter with Cleveland, Johnson returned to the team that took him in the third round in 2017 as a depth piece, but he was able to crack the starting rotation at safety after a Week 10 bye, producing modest numbers but a career low in tackles and his lowest snap count since an injury-shortened 2019 campaign. Johnson is an unrestricted free agent and would likely be looking at a reserve role again should he choose to return to the Rams.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Notches second pick in three games

    Johnson recorded three tackles (two solo), an interception and a pass defended during Sunday's 28-20 victory against the Commanders. Johnson continued to see considerable usage on defense, coming three snaps shy of playing every down for the third straight game. The safety was able to pick off Sam Howell early in the fourth quarter on a pass intended for Terry McLaurin, and will look to keep harvesting picks against Derek Carr and a shorthanded Saints receiving corps on Thursday night in Week 16.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Snags pick versus former team

    Johnson registered six tackles (one solo), two pass deflections and an interception during the Rams' 36-19 win over Cleveland on Sunday. Johnson had his best game of the season versus his former team Sunday, as he managed to record his first interception of the current campaign. The 27-year-old could see his role decrease in the upcoming matchup with the Ravens if Quentin Lake (hamstring) returns to action.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Returns to where he started

    Johnson signed a one-year contract with the Rams on Monday, Jeremy Fowler of reports. Johnson spent the last two seasons in Cleveland after spending the first four years of his career in Los Angeles. The 27-year-old was a cap casualty for the Browns in February despite playing a prominent role in the team's secondary. He finished the 2022 campaign with 101 tackles, four passes defended, two forced fumbles and fumble recoveries apiece and an interception. He should compete for the starting free safety spot with the Rams.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Logs five stops in finale

    Johnson recorded five tackles in a 28-14 loss to the Steelers in Week 18. Johnson ended his second season with the Browns with one interception and 101 tackles, second most behind fellow safety Grant Delpit (105). The Browns' defense was the subject of discussion following losses, some of which featured breakdowns on the back end. As a result of those issues, the Browns fired defensive coordinator Joe Woods. Johnson, who has one year left on his deal, is expected to return next season but much depends on the new DC.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Tagged as questionable

    Johnson (thigh) is considered questionable to play Saturday against the Saints, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Johnson picked up a thigh contusion during the Browns' win over Baltimore on Saturday. He was then limited in practice Tuesday before he took a step back with a DNP during Wednesday's session. Johnson has logged 81 tackles, four passes defended, an interception, and a pair of fumbles forced and recovered apiece while appearing in every game for Cleveland this season. In his possible absence, expect D'Anthony Bell and/or Ronnie Harrison to see increased playing time versus New Orleans.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Continues steady production

    Johnson recorded eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Bengals. Johnson's eight total tackles brings him to 72 on the season. He also suffered a knee injury at some point during the game, which has him on the team's injury report Monday. He is currently considered questionable for Saturday's game with the Ravens.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Tackling numbers fall to earth

    Johnson notched 61 tackles (37 solo), a half-sack, five pass breakups, three interceptions and one forced fumble across 15 games in 2021. Johnson didn't come close to matching last season's performance of triple-digit tackles, though he did provide a notable boost to Cleveland's secondary and come within striking distance of his career-high interception tally. He stands to reprise his role as Cleveland's starting free safety during the 2022 season, after which the team will have a potential 'out' from his contract.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Ruled out for Week 16

    Johnson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's Christmas Day matchup with the Packers, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. The safety suffered the hamstring injury in Monday's loss to the Raiders, and after being deemed day-to-day earlier in the week, he will ultimately be unavailable Saturday. With Johnson on the shelf, M.J. Stewart will likely step into a starting spot against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in Week 16.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Productive against Ravens

    Johnson logged seven tackles (six solo) and half a sack in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Ravens. Johnson has now played 100 percent of the Browns' defensive snaps in each of the last five games, and he has three consecutive appearances with at least six tackles. Across the last five games, the 2017 third-rounder has totaled 26 tackles (20 solo), two interceptions, a forced fumble and half a sack.
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  • Browns' John Johnson: Does it all in loss

    Johnson tallied seven tackles (four solo) while also intercepting one pass in Sunday's 16-10 loss against the Ravens. Johnson intercepted his third pass of the season and his second in his last four games. The Browns safety has also tallied seven tackles in each of his last two games. Johnson is not on the same tackling pace as he was last season with the Rams, however, he has seemingly solidified a young secondary, and he may be able to surpass his career high in interceptions.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Strong season continues

    Johnson recorded nine tackles (eight solo) during Sunday's 38-28 win over Arizona. The fourth-year free safety is having an excellent season with 83 tackles (56 solo), eight passes defensed and an interception. Johnson can be started confidently week in, week out in most IDP settings.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Registers 13 tackles in loss

    Johnson finished with 13 tackles (five solo) in Sunday's matchup against the 49ers. Johnson's previous best for tackles in a game this season was 10, but he set a new mark in Week 6. He's secured 46 tackles and has picked off a pass through six contests in 2020.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Continues strong play

    Johnson secured six tackles (five solo), including two for a loss, during Sunday's 17-9 win over the Giants. The fourth-year starter has quickly reestablished himself as an excellent fantasy option after sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury and playing just six games last year. Johnson projects to continuing playing nearly every defensive snap and providing reliable weekly tackle totals.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Progressing in recovery

    Coach Sean McVay said Johnson (shoulder) is "making good progress," Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. Johnson compiled 51 tackles (24 solo), two defended passes and two interceptions across six games in 2019 before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury Week 6. Heading into the final year of his rookie contract, the 24-year-old will focus on making a full recovery in time to kick off the 2020 campaign. In the wake of Eric Weddle's retirement, Johnson will be counted on as a regular starter in Los Angeles' secondary.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Snags INT in Week 2

    Johnson made six tackles (four solo) and an interception in Sunday's win over the Saints. Johnson continues to be used heavily on defense, playing 63 of 65 possible defensive snaps and looking good in coverage. The third-year pro has solid IDP upside after piling up 119 tackles and 11 pass breakups last year, and he's setting himself up for similar numbers in this campaign. Johnson has a good chance to continue this trend in Week 3 against the Browns, as Baker Mayfield has thrown four interceptions through two games.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Racks up tackles in win

    Johnson made 11 tackles (six solo) during Sunday's win over Carolina. Johnson made his presence felt from his safety position, even getting into the backfield to record a tackle for loss in the win. The 23-year-old may have a new safety partner for Week 2, however, as Eric Weddle was carted off the field and was being evaluated for a concussion. Next Sunday could be a much stiffer test for Johnson and the Rams defense, as Drew Brees and the Saints visit Los Angeles.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Tames Lions to lead defense

    Johnson recorded a team-high 11 tackles (nine solo) during Sunday's 30-16 win over Detroit. This was the third time Johnson has registered 11 tackles, and he's now up to an impressive 85 with three interceptions for the season. The 22-year-old strong safety is thriving in his first full season as a starter, and the Boston College product should remain a solid IDP option down the fantasy stretch drive.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Records another interception

    Johnson posted two tackles (both solo) and an interception in Sunday's win over San Francisco. Johnson's interception is his third of the season and gives him picks in back-to-back games. He and the Rams will look to continue stacking their success as they host the Packers in Week 8.
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  • Rams' John Johnson: Wraps up game-high 11 tackles

    Johnson recorded 11 tackles (six solo) and two pass defensed during Thursday's 38-31 win over Minnesota. Now up to 31 tackles (20 solo), an interception and five pass defensed through four games, Johnson is proving to be a reliable asset in IDP settings. He finished last season strong, and the 2017 third-round selection has clearly cemented his role as the starting strong safety.
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