The Eagles waived Johnson (ankle) from IR with an injury settlement Saturday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Johnson struggled with a foot injury early in the preseason, and he finished the exhibition stretch with an ankle injury. Once he's healthy, he'll be free to sign with another team.
The Eagles placed Johnson (ankle) on their injured reserve list Wednesday, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Johnson actually suffered the injury during the preseason opener, and has had lingering effects. The veteran will need to sit out a minimum of eight games, and could head to waivers if he reaches an injury settlement with the team. Johnson's absence likely won't effect the offense, considering he was battling for a depth role.
Johnson isn't practicing Monday due to an ankle injury, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Johnson received the start in last Thursday's preseason win over the Jaguars and caught three of five targets for 23 yards, but it's unclear when he actually sustained the injury. The 30-year-old is considered day-to-day, so it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. However, his status for Thursday's exhibition game against the Ravens remains in doubt.
Johnson (foot) caught three of five targets for 23 yards in Thursday's preseason win over the Jaguars.
Johnson was forced to exit the preseason opener versus the Titans last week, but he was ready to go for Week 2. The 30-year-old received the start Thursday as the Eagles held out Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson and Nelson Agholor.
Johnson (foot) left Thursday's game against the Titans and is questionable to return, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
The extent of the injury isn't clear at the moment, but it's likely the team provides an update at some point during the night. With Johnson sidelined, expect Greg Ward and Braxton Miller see increased roles in the offense.
Johnson signed a one-year contract with the Eagles on Tuesday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Johnson was one of the top players in the Alliance of American Football, leading the now-defunct league in catches (45), targets (70) and receiving yards (687), while only Rashad Ross bested his five receiving touchdowns. The 30-year-old also has a noteworthy NFL track record, as he was selected by Green Bay in the seventh round of the 2013 draft and ended up playing 39 games for Minnesota from 2014 to 2016. Johnson even had a brief stretch of fantasy relevance late in the 2014 campaign with six straight games of at least 38 receiving yards. He could push for the No. 4 wide receiver job in Philadelphia, competing with the likes of Mack Hollins (groin), Shelton Gibson, Braxton Miller, Johnny Holton and Greg Ward.
The AAF announced Thursday that all players, including Johnson, are immediately authorized to sign with NFL teams.
Johnson was arguably the most impressive receiver in the AAF this season not named Rashad Ross, and the 30-year-old ultimately finished the year with a league-leading 45 receptions and 687 receiving yards over eight games. He should be an option for any team in need of veteran depth at wide receiver, especially since Johnson has already shown potential in the NFL ranks thanks to his 2014 season with Minnesota when Johnson caught 31 passes for 475 yards and two scores.
Johnson leads the Alliance of American Football in receptions (11) and receiving yards (252) through two weeks.
Johnson is one of the bigger names in the AAF -- a 2013 seventh-round pick of the Packers who posted a 31-475-2 receiving line for the Vikings in 2014. He bounced around the NFL after playing 39 games for Minnesota from 2014 to 2016, most recently getting cut by the Jets at the end of the 2018 preseason. Johnson will turn 30 at the end of February, but he apparently still has enough juice to get another look from the NFL, assuming he makes it through the AAF campaign without any major injuries.
Johnson was waived by the Jets on Friday, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Johnson, a training camp standout who nabbed Sam Darnold's first pro touchdown, has nonetheless failed to stick with the team. The 29-year-old will attempt to catch on elsewhere around the league as a depth option at the receiver position.
Johnson was targeted three times in Thursday's 15-13 preseason loss to the Redskins, catching two passes for 22 yards.
Johnson took a step back in Week 2 of preseason after recording 45 yards and a touchdown in the first exhibition match. He'll need to ramp things back up next week if he wants to make the roster.
Johnson caught three of five targets for 45 yards and a touchdown during Friday's 17-0 win over Atlanta in the preseason opener.
Johnson is right around the roster bubble in New York, but he certainly helped his case with this performance. Former Vikings teammate Teddy Bridgewater hooked up with Johnson for a 23-yard gain late in first quarter, and the receiver made an even bigger play late in the second quarter when he caught a 14-yard touchdown pass thrown by Sam Darnold. Johnson actually caught the ball in the end zone on the previous play as well, but that one was called back due to offensive pass interference.
Johnson (knee) is participating in training camp, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Johnson is showing no signs of the knee injury that forced him to spend the entire 2017 season on the Panthers' injured reserve. The wideout is facing an uphill climb to earning a roster spot within a crowded Jets receiving corps.
Johnson (knee) signed with the Jets on Monday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
A 2013 seventh-round pick, Johnson made a bit of a splash while playing with Teddy Bridgewater for the 2014 Vikings, averaging 71 receiving yards over a five-week stretch late in the season. He's managed only 479 yards in his other 34 career games, most recently spending 2017 on injured reserve with the Panthers while recovering from a knee injury. Despite reuniting with his former quarterback, Johnson will be a long shot to make the final roster on a Jets team with ample competition at wide receiver.
Johnson (knee) reverted to the Panthers' injured reserve list Wednesday.
Johnson was waived Tuesday after undergoing surgery on his right knee, according to Max Henson of the team's official site. He'll need to either agree to an injury settlement or be one of the two players the Panthers activate off IR in order to have a chance at playing in 2017.
Johnson (knee) was waived/injured by the Panthers on Tuesday.
Johnson was just picked up as a free agent by Carolina in March, but his mediocre play combined with his knee injury are reasons he's headed for the waiver wire. During the 2016 season, Johnson racked up 20 receptions on 37 targets for 232 yards and zero touchdowns. If Johnson clears waivers, he'll end up on the Panthers' injured reserve list.
The Panthers signed Johnson to a contract Friday, Max Henson of the team's official site reports.
Drafted in the seventh round by the Packers in 2013, Johnson has made all his hay as a professional with the Vikings, tallying 60 receptions (on 109 targets) for 843 yards and two touchdowns over the last three seasons. With the transaction, the Panthers have effectively replaced Ted Ginn and Philly Brown with Johnson and Russell Shepard. Nonetheless, Johnson will likely have to scrounge for scraps behind Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen, which isn't exactly conducive to significant output.
Johnson is an unrestricted free agent after not being tendered by the Vikings, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Johnson finished the 2016 season, his third with Minnesota, with 20 receptions for 232 yards. The 28-year-old wideout has little value beyond a depth receiver role and a special teams player.
Johnson had one reception for 11 yards on one target in Sunday's win over Chicago.
After a breakout campaign in 2014, Johnson was hurt and languished on the bench in 2015. He finally got back on the field at times this season, but finished with just 20 receptions for 232 yards. He'll be a restricted free agent this offseason and the Vikings may decide to look elsewhere since he's had such a small role the past two years.
Johnson (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bears, Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune reports.
Johnson will be a top-three option at receiver for the Vikings in Week 17 with Stefon Diggs (hip) ruled out, so he could see additional targets in the team's season finale.
Johnson (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Johnson was unable to practice Friday, which followed limited sessions earlier this week due to a knee problem. With both starter Stefon Diggs (hip) and rookie Laquon Treadwell (ankle) listed as doubtful, the Vikings could be down to just Adam Thielen, Cordarrelle Patterson and Jarius Wright at wide receiver if Johnson is unavailable Sunday.
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