LANE JOHNSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
NFLDraftTags: Dion JordanEric FisherLane JohnsonLuke JoeckelPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles got one of the four players, Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson, that they considered to be head and shoulders above the crowd. They had Johnson rated on the same level of Eric Fisher, Luke Joeckel and Dion Jordan, who were the players drafted...
Ever heard of Oklahoma offensive lineman Lane Johnson? Probably not unless you are some sort of NFL Draft junkie who can…
According to the National Football Post, the buzz circulating around league circles is that the top three offensive tackle prospects in this year’s draft class are in “high demand.“
Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M and Eric Fisher of Central Michigan appear to be unlikely to make it past the top five picks, which means the Chargers and Dolphins could be on the outside looking...
The Cardinals need some help. They need a little less immediate help now than they did a week and a half ago, when the quarterbacks on the roster were all largely regarded as backup-variety guys, but a team that went 5-11 last year, reached some all-time franchise lows on offense and has since lost a few significant contributors on both sides of the ball isn't lacking for needs...
NFLDraftTags: Lane JohnsonPhiladelphia EaglesThere have been a couple of reports that the Eagles worked out Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson. Johnson is big and very athletic. He ran the 40 yard dash in 4.72 seconds.
He’s ranked as the third offensive tackle in this draft behind Texas A&M’s Luke Joeckel and Central...
Oklahoma Sooner offensive tackle (and Human Relations major) Lane Johnson's stock has been skyrocketing, particularly since his incredible 4.72-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine earlier this year. The Groveton, Texas native attended Groveton High School where he played quarterback and then Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas, his freshman year (where he also played quarterback...
While his teammates were sprinting as fast as they could in front of NFL scouts and working up a sweat throwing and catching passes, Lane Johnson had little to do during Oklahoma's pro day.
Nearly all of Johnson's work Wednesday was already done on a unique journey from being a player without a position to a first-round NFL draft prospect.
Just two years ago, Johnson was...
Via AP on Fox
March 14, 2013
An extremely athletic offensive tackle from the University of Oklahoma, Lane Johnson has been rising up draft boards all the way into first round consideration.
We talked with Jordan Esco of the Crimson and Cream Machine, an Oklahoma Sooners community on SB Nation, about the former high school QB.
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Height- 6’ 6”
Weight- 302 pounds
Can you give...
#69 Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
HGT: 6-6 WGT: 302
Lane Johnson is a very intriguing prospect that has played QB, DE, TE and OT. Johnson first came to the Sooner program as a QB from Kilgore Junior College in Texas. Lane Johnson started 12 games at OT in 2011 and 11 games in 2012 at left tackle. The buzz surrounding Jonson has grown rapidly since have a good week of practice in preparation...
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Leading rusher Damien Williams and starting left tackle Lane Johnson missed practice Monday No. 14 Oklahoma with ankle injuries, but coach Bob Stoops is holding out hope they'll be able to play Saturday at Iowa State.
Williams and Johnson were both injured in the Sooners' 30-13 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday. Stoops said Monday at his weekly news conference that he hopes...
Via AP on Fox
October 29, 2012