Just 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, Darius Johnson could pass for one of the equipment guys in the Atlanta Falcons locker room.
Even so, the Falcons receiver barely fits into one of the tiny lockers they dole out to practice squad players.
''I need one of those bigger lockers,'' Johnson said, looking enviously around the room. ''I'm so scrunched up in here.''
If he has another game like the last one, he'll certainly be in line for more spacious digs.
Johnson, who was promoted from the practice squad 24 hours before the Falcons faced Tampa Bay last Sunday, had two catches in a much-needed victory over the Buccaneers.
He wasn't the only one who stepped up, either.
Harry Douglas, long the No. 3 receiver behind Julio Jones and Roddy White, had seven catches for a career-best 149 yards. Drew Davis made a brilliant one-handed grab along the sideline. And, most stunning of all, the diminutive Johnson contributed right away.