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2022
2021 11 105 9.55 0.00 100.8
2020 18 272 15.11 2 0.00 412.9
3y Avg. 14 188 13.43 1 0.00 241.8
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Playing Sunday

    Johnson (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against Washington, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. With Kadarius Toney (shoulder) and John Ross (knee) ruled out ahead of the contest and all of Sterling Shepard (Achilles), C.J. Board (knee) and Dante Pettis (shoulder) on injured reserve, Johnson could find himself in a regular role in three-receiver sets alongside Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton for the season finale. That said, the Giants' passing attack has been anemic since Daniel Jones suffered a season-ending neck injury Week 12, so Johnson will be tough to trust as a DFS option while he's drawing targets from second-year quarterback Jake Fromm, who is making his second NFL start Sunday.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Questionable for Week 18

    Johnson (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against Washington, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Johnson returned to practice in a limited fashion Thursday after being a non-participant to start the week. He may be in line for an increased workload if he's able to suit up for the first time since Week 15, as the Giants will be shorthanded at wide receiver with Kadarius Toney (shoulder) and John Ross (knee) both out.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Listed as non-participant

    Johnson (hamstring) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimation, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Johnson has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, and his status on Wednesday's injury report isn't encouraging for his Week 18 status. If he hopes to have a chance to play in Sunday's regular-season finale against Washington, he'll likely need to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Out for Sunday

    Johnson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bears, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Johnson will be sidelined for the second straight game by a hamstring injury. The Giants are significantly short-handed at wide receiver, with Kenny Golladay being the only fully healthy wideout currently on the active roster.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Not at practice Wednesday

    Johnson (hamstring) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Johnson picked up a hamstring injury late last week and was ultimately ruled out for the Giants' divisional showdown with the Eagles. Now, the 2020 fifth-round pick starts off Week 17 prep as a non-participant due to the same injury, putting his status for Sunday's matchup with the Bears in serious jeopardy.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Won't play Sunday

    Johnson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Johnson was absent from the injury report until Friday, so he may have picked up the hamstring injury at practice. He caught one pass for 16 yards last week, which was his first reception since Week 8.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Won't play Sunday

    Johnson (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Chargers, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. With Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Kenny Golladay (ribs) both expected to be available, Johnson finds himself as the odd man out. On the season, the 2016 second-round pick has 10 receptions for 89 yards, but he hasn't caught a pass since Week 8.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: One catch in Week 7 win

    Johnson caught one of two targets for seven yards in Sunday's 25-3 win over Carolina. Even with New York's receiving corps battling injuries, Johnson still finished eighth on the team in receiving yards. He was on the field for 21 of the Giants' 72 offensive snaps, so Johnson was actually given ample opportunities to make his mark on this game but simply failed to do so.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Catches two passes

    Johnson caught two of five targets for 21 yards Sunday against the Rams. Injuries to Darius Slayton, Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay got Johnson some looks, but he's still a tertiary option in the offense and will barely see the field if/when the starters get healthy.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Catchless in loss

    Johnson failed to catch any of his three targets in Sunday's 44-20 loss to the Cowboys. Johnson played 44 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps, but he was unable to make an impact during his time on the field. With fellow wideout Kenny Golladay sidelined with a knee injury, the 24-year-old may find himself in a more prominent role Week 6 against the Rams, especially if Sterling Shepard (hamstring) and Darius Slayton (hamstring) are also sidelined for a third game in a row.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Could start this week?

    Johnson could have a significant role this Sunday with both Sterling Shepard (hamstring) and Darius Slayton (hamstring) ruled out to face the Saints, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. A few weeks back, Johnson was claimed off waivers by a Giants team with three experienced starters plus a rookie first-round pick at his position. Following a pair of healthy scratches, Johnson was active for Week 3 as the No. 5 receiver, ultimately catching five of seven targets for 51 yards after Shepard and Slayton left early. Johnson even led the team's wideouts with an 84.8-percent snap share in the second half, as No. 1 receiver Kenny Golladay was battling through a hip injury. Of course, Golladay seems healthier this week, and the Giants also have John Ross (hamstring) on track to return from injured reserve. It amounts to an unpredictable situation behind Golladay, with each of Johnson, Kadarius Toney, Ross and C.J. Board in the mix for WR snaps.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Good impact Sunday

    Johnson caught five of seven targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Falcons. Johnson saw his involvement increase after starting wideouts Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard both suffered hamstring injuries. Their absences enabled Johnson to tie for New York's team lead in targets and trail only Saquon Barkley in receptions. Should Slayton and Shepard be sidelined going forward, Johnson, a second-year pro, could see his value benefit from significant playing time opposite fellow big-bodied wideout Kenny Golladay, with rookie first-round playmaker Kadarius Toney a prime candidate to help fill any potential voids as well.
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  • Giants' Collin Johnson: Sidelined Thursday

    Johnson (coach's decision) is inactive for Thursday's game at Washington, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Johnson was a roster casualty of the Jaguars on cut-down day, but he found a new home in New York one day later. Still, he's only been with the team a little more than two weeks, and the Giants' receiving corps is healthy, so he'll remain in street clothes for a second straight game.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Quiet in preseason finale

    Johnson didn't catch either of his two targets during Sunday's preseason win over the Cowboys. Johnson encouragingly saw some action with Trevor Lawrence and the first-team offense Sunday, though he also played with the third-stringers during the second half with Jake Luton at quarterback. The 23-year-old receiver seemingly has been unable to separate himself throughout camp while competing for the No. 4 spot on the depth chart, while Marvin Jones (shoulder) and Laviska Shenault clearly entrenched themselves as Jacksonville's top available wideouts with DJ Chark (finger) sitting out. Johnson finished the preseason catching only two of five targets for 24 yards and a touchdown. The 2020 fifth-round pick may not be at risk of being cut at the roster deadline, but his outlook is certainly trending down ahead of Week 1 at Houston.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: One catch Saturday

    Johnson caught one of two targets for zero yards during Saturday's preseason game against the Browns. Johnson played 48 offensive snaps to lead Jacksonville's wideouts, but he didn't have much involvement in the offense during the preseason opener. The 23-year-old is attempting to secure the No. 4 spot on the depth chart and is dealing with a revamped group of wide receivers. Josh Hammond and Tavon Austin were the only depth receivers for the Jaguars to eclipse 20 receiving yards in the contest.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Drops on depth chart

    Johnson (hamstring) is poised to enter camp as Jacksonville's No. 4 wideout after the signing of Marvin Jones, John Shipley of SI.com reports. The 23-year-old came on strong during the second half of 2020 before the hamstring injury sidelined him for the final two weeks of the season, but he won't begin camp in line for a significant role. Johnson, a 2020 fifth-round pick, flashed his potential with eight catches for 162 yards and one touchdown between Weeks 12 and 13 last year, but he wasn't a likely bet to open 2021 as the team's No. 3 wide receiver. He still figures to be involved in the offense, but Jones, DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault should start out as the Jaguars' top wideouts.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Heads to IR

    Johnson (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. Johnson had previously been ruled out for the season finale, but he'll officially shift to IR as the Jaguars signed Terry Godwin to the active roster in a corresponding transaction.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Ruled out for Sunday

    Johnson (hamstring) won't play Week 16 against Chicago, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports. Johnson was sidelined for a third straight practice Friday, eliminating his chance of suiting up Sunday. The rookie receiver has tailed off since tallying four catches for 96 yards and a touchdown Week 12 versus Cleveland, but his absence this weekend will affect the Jaguars' depth at wideout. Chris Conley should benefit the most from Johnson's absence, as he now has a clearer path to seeing work when one of Jacksonville's top three receivers -- DJ Chark, Laviska Shenault and Keelan Cole -- subs out of the contest.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Doesn't practice Thursday

    Johnson (hamstring) did not participate during the Jaguars' practice session Thursday. The rookie wideout's Week 16 status stands in question after he exited last Sunday's loss to the Ravens with his hamstring injury. Given a pair of subsequent practice DNPs Wednesday and Thursday, Johnson is seemingly in danger of missing his first game action of 2020. The Texas product has posted 11 catches for 203 yards and a touchdown over his past four appearances, boosted largely by a four-catch, 96-yard performance Dec. 6 against Minnesota.
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  • Jaguars' Collin Johnson: Sits out practice

    Johnson (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. The rookie fifth-round pick was forced out of Sunday's loss to the Ravens due to a hamstring issue, so it's worrying to see him sidelined at practice to begin Week 16 prep. John Shipley of SI.com relays that head coach Doug Marrone didn't express optimism about Johnson's chances of playing this weekend against the Bears earlier Wednesday, so the wideout may be closer to doubtful that questionable for the contest at this stage. Chris Conley would stand to handle increased snaps if Johnson sits out against the Bears.
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