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Chiefs put LB James-Michael Johnson on IR

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs placed linebacker James-Michael Johnson on injured reserve with a sprained ankle Tuesday and signed linebacker Robert James as they began preparing for the playoffs. The Chiefs visit Indianapolis on Saturday. Johnson was hurt in last week's overtime loss to San Diego, when he received extended playing time as the Chiefs rested most...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs Linebacker James-Michael Johnson Helps Replace 300 Turkeys Stolen From Homeless Shelter

It’s always awesome when people perform acts of kindness, but it hits a special note when it happens to be around the holidays. Kansas City Chiefs linebacker James-Michael Johnson stepped up to help a homeless shelter in his hometown of Fairfield, Calif., after it had been burglarized, according to KCTV5 in Kansas City. The Solano Mission planned to collect more than 1,000 turkeys...
Via NESN.com
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs LB replaces 300 stolen turkeys at homeless shelter

After 300 turkeys were stolen from a homeless shelter in the hometown of Chiefs LB James Michael-Johnson, JMJ stepped up to the plate and replaced every last bird. The University of Nevada product come through big for his Fairfield, California community. Johnson heard about a homeless shelter in his hometown of Fairfield, Calif. having 300 turkeys stolen that were meant to be served...
Via Pro Football Zone
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs LB Johnson replaces 300 turkeys stolen from shelter

When Kansas City Chiefs linebacker James-Michael Johnson learned that 300 turkeys had been stolen from a homeless shelter in his hometown of Fairfield, Calif., he saw it as an opportunity to give back and help benefit those less fortunate. Approximately 300 turkeys were stolen from Mission Solano, and founder Ron Marlette couldn’t believe that somebody […]The post Chiefs linebacker...
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November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Turkey theft at homeless shelter spurs Chiefs LB to action

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Since he can't knock the stuffing out of the person (or persons) who did the deed, one Kansas City Chiefs linebacker is trying to do the next-best thing: Put the turkey back into Thanksgiving. At least 300 of them, to be exact. Chiefs reserve James-Michael Johnson, who joined the club as a waiver claim from Cleveland on Sept. 1, has agreed to help replace...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

The Cleveland Browns should have found a way to keep LB James-Michael Johnson.

Anyone who has been watching Browns football knows James-Michael Johnson is a good football player. The Browns should have found a way to keep this line backer. He was all over the field in the Bears game. This guy is a player who is capable of producing big plays for the defense. I understand that the Browns are deep with line backers, but Johnson gives 110% each time he steps on...
Via Cleveland Sports 360
September 01, 2013  |  2 Comments

NFL Rumors: James Michael Johnson not in Browns’ plans

In Terry Pluto’s latest column he writes that the Browns will most likely part ways with linebacker James Michael Johnson. Johnson missed six games due to injury in 2012, but was highly regarded by the previous regime, playing in 45 percent of snaps when healthy. With 2012 undrafted free agent Craig Robertson looking like the starter along side D’Quell Jackson at inside linebacker...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 09, 2013  |  Discuss

James-Michael Johnson was placed on Injured Reserve for the Browns

Browns placed LB James-Michael Johnson (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season. The rookie fourth-rounder will not need surgery on the knee. Johnson started eight of 10 games this season, recording 36 tackles while playing primarily on early downs. With Scott Fujita’s Cleveland career likely over and Chris Gocong’s (Achilles) future in question, Johnson is a good bet to...
Via NFL Draft Zone
December 19, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL Report: James-Michael Johnson joins Ward on IR; two players signed

The Browns have had quite a busy Tuesday afternoon. On the heels of the news about new president Alec Scheiner, the team announced late today that rookie LB James-Michael Johnson will join T.J. Ward on the Injured Reserve list, ending his season. Like Ward, Johnson is being sidelined with a knee injury that will not require surgery. To take their place on the roster, the Browns have...
Via Waiting For Next Year
December 18, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL News: James-Michael Johnson “Looks Like He’s Ready to Go”

During his Friday afternoon press conference, Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur stated that linebacker James-Michael Johnson could make his first appearance since injuring his oblique in the team’s final preseason contest. “He had a very good week,” said Shurmur of the rookie linebacker. “I watched him pretty closely because he hasn’t been out here much. He practiced...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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