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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Back with Las Vegas

    The Raiders signed Johnson off their practice squad Friday. The lead blocker appeared in the first eight games of the season for Las Vegas but was cut after coach Josh McDaniels was fired midway through the year. He eventually signed back with the Raiders' practice squad and has played 34 offensive snaps over the last two weeks, blocking for Zamir White.
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  • Jakob Johnson: Back to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Raiders' practice squad Tuesday. Johnson joined the active roster ahead of the team's 20-14 win over the Chiefs on Monday, failing to record any stats while playing 19 snaps on offense and 14 with the special-teams unit. The fullback will now wait for his next shot to be elevated for another game with Las Vegas.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Elevated to active roster

    The Raiders elevated Johnson to the active roster Sunday. This is the third time the Raiders have promoted Johnson from the practice squad since signing him Nov. 21. He's played 46 snaps over his last two games and has split his time between offense and special teams without recording a stat.
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  • Jakob Johnson: Heads back to practice squad

    The Raiders reverted Johnson to the practice squad Friday. Johnson saw extended playing time in Thursday's blowout win over the Chargers as he played 25 snaps -- 15 on offense and 10 on special teams -- without recording a stat. It was his second time being called up since joining the Raiders' practice squad Nov. 21.
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  • Jakob Johnson: Back to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Raiders' practice squad Monday. Johnson saw playing time on both offense and special teams in Sunday's loss to the Vikings, and he managed to record a tackle while in punt coverage. The 28-year-old is still eligible to be elevated two more times this season.
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  • Jakob Johnson: Returns to Las Vegas

    Johnson was signed to the Raiders' practice squad Tuesday. Johnson is back with the Raiders after being waived by the team Friday. The fullback doesn't have a clear path to playing time, but he appears to be sticking around Las Vegas for the time being.
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  • Jakob Johnson: Let go by Las Vegas

    The Raiders waived Johnson (concussion) on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Johnson practiced in full Wednesday, and the fact that Las Vegas waived him without an injury designation seems to indicate that he's fully cleared the league's concussion protocol. That means Johnson will be eligible to immediately contribute should a team claim him off waivers. Johnson was a starting fullback for the Raiders, but he doesn't have a clear fit in the team's new offensive scheme.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Inactive in Week 10

    Johnson (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets. Johnson logged a limited practice session Friday but will be unavailable for a second consecutive game due to a concussion that he sustained during the Raiders' Week 8 loss to the Lions. While he'll remain out in Week 10, he could be in the mix to return for next Sunday's game against Miami.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Could return Sunday

    Johnson (concussion) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Jets, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The 28-year-old fullback was able to log a limited practice session Friday after recording consecutive DNPs at practice Wednesday and Thursday. Johnson has appeared in eight games for the Raiders this season, recording 12 yards from scrimmage and primarily playing on special teams.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Missing Week 9

    Johnson (concussion) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against Giants, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports. Johnson, who exited the Raiders' Week 8 game with a concussion, was unable to practice all week, so it's no surprise that he's been ruled out ahead of Sunday's contest. The fullback has received only one touch on offense this year while also playing on 39 percent of Las Vegas' special-teams snaps.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Returning to Vegas

    Johnson agreed Tuesday with the Raiders on a one-year deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Johnson joined the Raiders in 2022 after spending his first three seasons with the Patriots, as he followed head coach Josh McDaniels to Las Vegas. He was a reliable option for the team when it used fullback sets, and he suited up for all 17 games. However, he was not very fantasy relevant, recording just 10 receiving yards on two receptions. The 28-year-old projects to see a similar role in 2023.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: Handling blocking role

    Johnson played 20 of the Raiders' 70 snaps on offense (29 percent) but didn't log a target or carry in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the Colts. The 20 snaps were Johnson's most since Week 5, but as per usual, the Raiders didn't utilize him as anything more than a blocker. Johnson has just two receptions on the season and has yet to carry the ball in 46 career regular-season appearances.
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  • Raiders' Jakob Johnson: One reception in Raiders debut

    Johnson caught his only target for one yard in Sunday's 24-19 loss to the Chargers. Johnson earned just one touch in eight offensive snaps during his Raiders debut, though he also appeared on special teams. The fullback doesn't figure to gain much fantasy relevance with Josh Jacobs handling a bulk of the carries out of the backfield while Brandon Bolden (hamstring) and Ameer Abdullah split passing-down work.
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  • Patriots' Jakob Johnson: Given roster exemption

    Johnson has received a roster exemption as part of the International Pathway Program, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Johnson thus won't count against the offseason 90-man roster, making it substantially easier for him to stick with the Patriots and continue to develop. He's looking to suit up at fullback for a third straight season with the team.
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  • Patriots' Jakob Johnson: Signs deal with Patriots

    The Patriots signed Johnson to a one-year contract Thursday, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Johnson will stay in New England to continue his fullback role for his third consecutive season. The 26-year-old had an increased catching role in his 2020 campaign, securing eight receptions for 35 yards and one touchdown through 16 games. While the fullback has yet to log any carries, expect Johnson to assume his usual blocking role for the team in 2021.
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  • Patriots' Jakob Johnson: Active for TNF

    Johnson (knee) will suit up in Thursday's game against the Rams. Johnson was limited during the week of practice with the knee issue, but as evidenced by this news, it wasn't serious enough to force him to miss time. Johnson will likely assume his usual blocking role for the contest, as he's hauled in just eight targets for 35 yards and a touchdown this season while not logging any carries to date.
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  • Patriots' Jakob Johnson: Expected to hit IR

    The Patriots are expected to place Johnson (shoulder) on injured reserve, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports. Johnson exited the second half of Thursday's win over the Giants due to a shoulder injury, the severity of which will reportedly sideline him for at least the next eight weeks. With James Develin (neck) already on IR, New England will be a candidate to sign another fullback to the roster, considering that the position plays an important role in the team's rushing attack.
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