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2020 14 189 13.50 0.00 201.3
3y Avg. 15 161 10.73 1 2 0.00 222

Fantasy News

  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Heads to IR

    The Vikings placed Johnson (knee) on injured reserve Monday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Johnson tore the ACL in his left knee during Saturday's preseason finale against Denver, and barring an injury settlement, will now miss the entire 2022 campaign. The 2019 seventh-round pick suffered the same injury last year, only in the other knee.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Tears ACL

    Johnson sustained a torn ACL in his left knee during Saturday's preseason game at Denver, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. At the start of training camp last summer, Johnson tore an ACL in his right knee and missed the entire 2021 campaign. Now, he's suffered the same injury this year, only in the other knee. The fourth-year wide receiver now will miss back-to-back seasons due to injury.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Leaves with knee injury

    Johnson left Saturday's preseason finale versus the Broncos early with a knee injury, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Johnson exited the contest in the second half, but the exact extent of his injury has yet to be determined. The wide receiver is now a question mark for Week 1 against the Packers on Sept. 11.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Three receptions Saturday

    Johnson had three receptions on six targets for 29 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to San Francisco. Johnson suffered a torn ACL in training camp last July and missed the entire 2021 season, but he's back to full speed this summer. He worked as the No. 3 receiver at times in 2020 before sliding down the depth chart late that season. Despite his return, he appears far behind in the competition for the No. 4 receiver role, and it's not clear if he'll win one of the final reserve spots at the position.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Returns to practice

    Johnson (knee) was a full participant in Tuesday's OTA practice, Matthew Collier of SI.com reports. Johnson suffered a torn ACL in training camp last July and missed the entire 2021 season. He worked as the No. 3 receiver at times in 2020 before sliding down the depth chart late in that season. He'll be in the mix for the No. 4 receiver role in training camp this summer if he's in fact back to full strength.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Activated off COVID-19 list

    Johnson (knee) was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Johnson has cleared COVID protocols, but he remains on injured reserve. The 2019 seventh-round pick isn't expected to play this season after tearing his ACL during training camp.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Lands on IR

    Johnson (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Eric Smith of Vikings.com reports. Johnson suffered a torn ACL on Friday and will miss the entire 2021 season, so this move is strictly procedural. He'll set his sights on returning in time for the 2022 campaign.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Suffers torn ACL

    Johnson was diagnosed with a torn ACL on Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The 24-year-old suffered the injury during Friday's practice and is slated to miss the entirety of the 2021 campaign. Johnson, who worked as Minnesota's No. 3 wideout as a rookie in 2019, was attempting to win back that job in training camp, but he'll instead spend the season rehabbing from the ACL tear.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Zero-target finale

    Johnson didn't see a single target Week 17 and ended the 2020 campaign catching 14 of 19 targets for 189 yards across 16 games. In his second season with the Vikings, Johnson played a much quieter role and didn't see even half the targets (44) as last year. With Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson as the primary receivers and Chad Beebe passing him on the depth chart, the 2019 seventh-round pick wasn't able to have the same number of opportunities. Depending how Minnesota proceeds in the offseason -- especially as it pertains to Beebe, a restricted free agent -- Johnson may have even more competition for the No. 3 wide receiver role in 2021.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Registers 14th catch of 2020

    Johnson hauled in his only target for 13 yards during Friday's 52-33 loss to the Saints. It may not have been an especially eventful Christmas Day outing from the 2019 seventh-round pick, but at least Johnson proved capable of snapping his three-game catch drought over his workload of 11 offensive snaps. Johnson possesses two notable fantasy outings on the year, producing a combined 10 catches for 130 yards between his season-best Week 1 and 12 performances. In 13 other 2020 outings, however, Johnson has totaled only four receptions for 59 yards.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Logs no receptions against Bucs

    Johnson went without a target over 19 offensive snaps during Sunday's 26-14 loss to Tampa Bay. Ten different Vikings were targeted in the Week 14 defeat, but Johnson went without an offensive look for a second consecutive contest. He produced an eye-catching seven receptions for 74 yards Week 12 against the Panthers while Adam Thielen resided on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Otherwise, he has no outings exceeding 25 yards since posting three catches and 56 yards Week 1 against Green Bay.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: No targets against Jaguars

    Johnson didn't receive a target in the 27-24 overtime win against the Jaguars. Johnson played a season-high 58 snaps on offense in last week's win over the Panthers, when Adam Thielen was on the COVID-19 list. Thielen returned this week, however, and Johnson reverted to the No. 4 wideout role, playing just eight snaps and failing to receive a target for the fifth time this year. Chad Beebe appears to be the clear No. 3 behind Thielen and Justin Jefferson.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Thrives in Thielen's absence

    Johnson secured all seven targets for 74 yards and caught a two-point conversion pass in the Vikings' 28-27 win over the Panthers on Sunday. With Adam Thielen hitting the reserve/COVID-19 list earlier in the week, Johnson stepped seamlessly into the No. 2 role and ended up pacing the Vikings in receiving yardage. The second-year wideout also tied multiple teammates for the team lead in receptions, and his two-point conversion grab in the fourth quarter was critical in that it brought Minnesota to within a field goal. Johnson had been virtually invisible this season while seeing Thielen and Justin Jefferson log the overwhelming majority of the passing game work, and despite his strong showing Sunday, he appears destined to revert to anonymity if Thielen is back for a Week 13 matchup against the Jaguars.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Rare reception Sunday

    Johnson had one reception for nine yards in Sunday's loss to Dallas. It was his first reception since Week 5 and he played just four snaps on offense. Meanwhile, Chad Beebe played 17 snaps on offense despite not getting a target. Despite the catch, there isn't any change in Johnson's role as a deep reserve and fourth receiver. However, he could have a larger role this week if Adam Thielen misses time after landing on the COVID-19 list.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: No targets in Week 8

    Johnson wasn't targeted in Sunday's 28-22 win over Green Bay. Kirk Cousins threw only 14 passes compared to 34 rushing plays, and none of those 14 passes went Johnson's way. Johnson caught three passes for 56 yards in the season opener but hasn't posted a multi-catch performance since.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Just one reception Sunday

    Johnson had one reception for 13 yards on his only target in Sunday's loss at Seattle. Johnson played just eight snaps on offense, as he's been reduced to a minor role as the fourth receiver with the emergence of Justin Jefferson.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Targeted once in win over Texans

    Johnson recorded no receptions on one target during Sunday's 31-23 win against the Texans. Johnson collected four receptions for 80 yards Weeks 1 and 2, but as rookie Justin Jefferson has come to the forefront with 278 yards and a touchdown the past two games, the Colorado State product has seen his offensive role shrink. Johnson was on the field for a combined 75 offensive snaps Weeks 1 and 2, but he has been granted just a total of 16 the past two weeks. Operating within an offense that fed Jefferson and Adam Thielen a combined 15 of 22 team targets during its first win of the 2020 season, Johnson appears destined for a bit role barring some sort of injury ahead of him on the depth chart.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Has minimal role Sunday

    Johnson didn't have a pass thrown his way and played just five snaps on offense in Sunday's 31-30 loss to Tennessee. Justin Jefferson started at wide receiver opposite Adam Thielen and had a breakout game with 175 yards receiving. Johnson began the season as the starter opposite Thielen, but he has moved to a reserve role and may not get many targets if the top two wideouts stay healthy. Johnson has even fallen to the No. 4 WR role as Chad Beebe had 22 snaps on offense and was used as the slot receiver Sunday.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Three grabs in Week 1 loss

    Johnson hauled in three of four targets for 56 yards in the Vikings' 43-34 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Johnson trailed both fellow wideout Adam Thielen and running back Alexander Mattison in receptions, but he made good use of his relatively few opportunities. The second-year wideout notably clawed his way to some relevance last season in an offense that often features a narrow distribution of targets, and with Stefon Diggs now in Buffalo, Johnson could improve on 2019's 31-294-3 line if he can continue hanging on to the second receiver job over rookie Justin Jefferson. Johnson will look to build on Sunday's solid effort in a Week 2 interconference road battle against the Colts next Sunday.
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  • Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Listed as No. 2 WR

    Johnson is listed as the No. 2 wide receiver on Minnesota's initial unofficial depth chart, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Rookie Justin Jefferson primarily worked with the first-team offense during scrimmages in the slot with Johnson as the No. 2 receiver opposite Adam Thielen, so this listing isn't a surprise. Still, Jefferson could overtake Johnson quickly in the offense to become the No. 2 receiver. A larger issue may be how often the Vikings use a third receiver, as the team had limited use of three-receiver sets last season. However, that could change slightly under new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak.
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