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 Post subject: Intriguing QB prospect: jerod johnson
 Post Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:55 am 
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Former Texas A&M QB Jerrod Johnson is an intriguing prospect as Wilson's backup. He threw at Texas A&M pro day this year so while he has been out of football for a year or two because of a shoulder injury he could be brought in here to compete. Johnson is 6-5 240 lbs and he is an athletic QB that can run.

Here is a some highlights of him from a couple years ago to refresh your memory of him,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... 7VFdi_WhLY


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 Post subject: Re: Intriguing QB prospect: jerod johnson
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I remember this guy. This is actually not a bad idea at all as long as he is fully healthy plus he should be cheap.

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Me too. He was high on a lot if lists.


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 Post subject: Re: Intriguing QB prospect: jerod johnson
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Well wouldn't be a bad idea to at least kick the tires on the guy.

We'll need a couple of guys for training camp. You need 3 or 4 just to keep the arms fresh and to run all of the drills they do. I'm sure we'll draft a QB somewhere this year, and probably go UDFA for guys like this.

Bring them on!

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Only one QB named Johnson has ever won a Super Bowl. Pass.


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The dude who lost his job mid season to Ryan Tannehill who was a receiver before? No thnx

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 Post subject: Re: Intriguing QB prospect: jerod johnson
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J Johnson was terrible at A&M. This is a non-story.

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nbk35zw wrote:
J Johnson was terrible at A&M. This is a non-story.


Chill out, with the non-story remark. We are just talking about prospects or players to bring in off the street to come in to compete...Brandon Browner is a prime example. Yes, Johnson was bad his senior year and was benched, but go look at his stats his junior year, http://www.cfbstats.com/2009/player/697 ... index.html, not too bad for a guy that we could bring into mini-camp to compete as a 2nd or 3rd string guy.


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nbk35zw wrote:
J Johnson was terrible at A&M. This is a non-story.


Chill out, with the non-story remark. We are just talking about prospects or players to bring in off the street to come in to compete...Brandon Browner is a prime example. Yes, Johnson was bad his senior year and was benched, but go look at his stats his junior year, http://www.cfbstats.com/2009/player/697 ... index.html, not too bad for a guy that we could bring into mini-camp to compete as a 2nd or 3rd string guy.


It wasn't just that Johnson was bad, it was the way he was bad. It was like he lost his interest in playing football. Even during the draft process, it was like he just didn't care.

After his junior year, I was driving his bus too.

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Only one QB named Johnson has ever won a Super Bowl. Pass.


That was an astute, and funny observation.

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