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  • Cowboys' Tyron Johnson: Signs with Dallas

    Johnson agreed to terms on a contract with the Cowboys on Tuesday. Johnson signed a reserve/future contract with the 49ers following the 2022 season before being let go prior to OTAs. He subsequently landed with the Cowboys, but the pass catcher failed to make it through to the 53-man roster. However, he did spend the entire season on the team's practice squad. He will now look to make more of an impression with Dallas this training camp.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Gets cut loose

    Johnson was released from the Cowboys' practice squad Thursday, Todd Archer of reports. Johnson has spent training camp with Dallas, and after he was unable to make their 53-man roster, he ultimately ended up on their practice squad, where he's remained all season. His exit comes as a result of the team needing to create space with the signings of Damien Wilson and La'el Collins to the unit.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Cut, then signs to practice squad

    The Cowboys signed Johnson to the practice squad Wednesday after having released him Tuesday, Patrik Walker of the team's official site reports. Johnson couldn't make Dallas' initial 53-man roster, but he did show enough in training camp to earn a practice squad spot. He logged four total appearances between the Texans and Raiders last season, bringing in his only target for a gain of eight yards.
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  • Cowboys' Tyron Johnson: Inks deal with Dallas

    The Cowboys signed Johnson on Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Per Patrik Walker of the Cowboys' official site, Johnson was one of several players to go through a workout Monday and presumably impressed enough to earn a contract ahead of mandatory minicamp. The undrafted wideout out of Oklahoma State caught 20 of 26 targets for 398 yards and three scores across 12 appearances as a rookie with the Chargers, but he's played in just 14 games with three different teams (Jaguars, Raiders and Texans) over the past two years. In a corresponding move, Dallas cut Antonio Callaway.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Let go by San Francisco

    Johnson was cut by the 49ers on Thursday. Johnson will now try to find another opportunity with a different team despite having just signed with San Francisco back in January. The 27-year-old spent the past season with Raiders, Texans and Bengals and has only managed to catch three passes for 24 yards since 2021.
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  • 49ers' Tyron Johnson: Finds new squad

    Johnson signed a reserve/future contract with the 49ers on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Johnson appeared in four games during the 2022 season, two with the Raiders and two with the Texans. The 27-year-old has also spent time with the Jaguars and most notably the Chargers, with whom he had 20 catches on 26 targets for 398 yards and three touchdowns in his rookie 2020 campaign. He'll work to make the most of his new opportunity in San Fransisco in 2023.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Joins Cincinnati's practice squad

    Cincinnati signed Johnson to its practice squad Tuesday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reprots. Johnson has appeared in four games this season -- two with Houston and two with Las Vegas. The Bengals are expected to get Ja'Marr Chase (hip) back from IR this week, so it's interesting to see them add wideout depth when their receiver room will likely be back to full strength for the first time in more than a month.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Waived by Houston

    Houston waived Johnson on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Johnson appeared in two games for the Texans, catching his only target for eight yards across 29 offensive snaps. In a corresponding move, the Texans claimed Amari Rodgers off waivers from the Packers.
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  • Texans' Tyron Johnson: Catches lone target in loss

    Johnson caught his lone target for eight yards in Thursday's 29-17 loss to the Eagles in Week 9. Johnson was active for the second time since the Texans signed him off the Raiders' practice squad two weeks ago and snared his first reception. His snap count increased from five to 25, but that was due to Brandin Cooks (personal) and Nico Collins (groin) being unavailable. Cooks is expected back for Week 10 against the Giants while Collins' status is murky.
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  • Texans' Tyron Johnson: Makes Houston debut

    Johnson played five snaps and was not targeted in Sunday's 17-10 loss to the Titans in Week 8. Johnson made his debut for the Texans, who scooped him off waivers last week after he was cut from the Raiders' practice squad. With Nico Collins (groin) sidelined, there was a need for a depth body at wideout. Houston head coach Lovie Smith said Collins should return soon, but he was not clear if that meant in time for Thursday's game against the Eagles. That could give Johnson more time in the active lineup. Another moving part is Brandin Cooks, who's been the subject of recent trade rumors ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline. If the Texans trade Cooks and/or Collins isn't ready, Johnson would retain a role among an uninspiring group of wideouts.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Rejoins Raiders' practice squad

    Las Vegas signed Johnson to its practice squad Tuesday. Johnson was waived by the Raiders less than a week ago, but he's now found his way back onto the practice squad. His path to playing time and targets is not immediately clear, but the 26-year-old receiver has shown the ability to run past NFL corners when given the opportunity.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Waived by Las Vegas

    The Raiders waived Johnson on Friday. Johnson was active for two of the first four games of the season, totaling just seven snaps (four offensive). His release opens up a spot for Blake Martinez on the 53-man roster. If Johnson clears waivers, it's possible he returns to Las Vegas on a practice-squad deal, through there may not be room after the Raiders added Albert Wilson to their practice squad Friday.
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  • Raiders' Tyron Johnson: Impressive with one catch

    Johnson converted his only target into a 45-yard reception during the Raiders' 23-6 preseason win over the Patriots on Friday night. The 26-year-old, who's competing for a spot on the latter portion of the Raiders' receiver depth chart, made an impact on his one grab. Johnson notably logged a target before one of his primary competitors for a roster spot, Keenan Cole, although the latter put together a team-best 3-48 line on the night. It remains to be seen if Johnson has done enough to survive final cutdowns, but the speedster at least put something positive on film in his final chance to do so this preseason.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Back on Raiders' practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Las Vegas practice squad Monday. Johnson has been active in each of the Raiders' last four games. He played three snaps on offense and seven on special teams in Week 17, returning two kicks for a total of 43 yards.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Reverts back to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Raiders' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Johnson played 18 of the Raiders' 69 offensive snaps and five special-team snaps, but he didn't record any counting stats. The 25-year-old has appeared in three games for Las Vegas this season, but he hasn't garnered a target across 21 total offensive snaps.
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  • Raiders' Tyron Johnson: Gets elevated for Week 16

    The Raiders elevated Johnson from the practice squad Saturday. Johnson joined Las Vegas' practice squad in mid-November after spending the first half of the season in Jacksonville. Accounting for recent elevations, he's made seven appearances between the two teams, gathering in two of five targets for 16 yards and logging 41 offensive snaps versus 13 on special teams. Johnson likely is poised for more of the latter than the former Sunday against the Broncos.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Back on practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Raiders' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Johnson played just two offensive snaps and four snaps on special teams in Monday's loss to the Raiders but didn't record any stats. Even if he returns to the active roster at some point, he'll likely continue to serve in a depth role.
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  • Raiders' Tyron Johnson: Up from practice squad

    Johnson has been elevated from the Raiders' practice squad in advance of Monday's game against the Browns. Johnson will provide the Raiders' Week 15 wideout corps with some added depth behind Hunter Renfrow, Zay Jones, Bryan Edwards and DeSean Jackson. In that context, Johnson is off the fantasy radar until or unless he earns a steady role in the Las Vegas passing offense.
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  • Tyron Johnson: Reverts back to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to Las Vegas' practice squad Monday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Johnson played just one offensive snap during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. The second-year wideout has made six appearances this season -- spilt between Jacksonville and Las Vegas -- and has caught just two of his five targets for 16 yards. As a rookie with the Chargers last year, he caught 20 passes for 398 yards and three touchdowns.
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  • Raiders' Tyron Johnson: Promoted from practice squad

    Johnson was elevated from the Raiders' practice squad Saturday. Johnson joined the Raiders' practice squad Nov. 18, just two days after being let go by the Jaguars. He appeared in five games with Jacksonville this season and 12 with the Chargers last season. The 25-year-old has 22 catches on 31 targets for 414 yards and 3 touchdowns across those 17 games. He'll look to provide depth in the Raiders' wide receiver group Sunday against the Chiefs.
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