CINCINNATI The 2013 NFL Draft is complete and the Bengals have added 10 new names to the roster. Thats about as much as we know at this point. Look down the list, from Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert taken in the first round to South Carolina center T.J. Johnson selected in the seventh round, and youll find players who fill a role, a need and who, if things go according to plan...
The Bengals have chosen center T.J. Johnson from South Carolina with their final pick in the NFL draft.
They got Johnson with their second compensatory pick in the seventh round. They took Ohio State offensive tackle Reid Fragel with another compensatory pick earlier in the round.
It wrapped up a draft that had the Bengals taking seven players on offense - tight end, tackle, guard...
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April 27, 2013
There's no question the Southeastern Conference is a football powerhouse, and this includes the South Carolina Gamecocks. The team opened the 2012 season with six straight wins, including a 35-7 shellacking of number five Georgia, before suffering their only two losses of the season, number one to LSU and number two Florida.
It's hard to consider an 11-2 record as disappointing...
Good luck to seven former South Carolina football players as they will be representing the Gamecocks in the upcoming NFL Combine.
The seven Gamecocks that were invited are:
Justice Cunningham - TE
DeVonte Holloman - LB/SPUR
T.J. Johnson - OL
Marcus Lattimore - RB
Ace Sanders - WR
D.J. Swearinger - S
Devin Taylor - DE
The first day of full pads is always a great one to track, especially in getting to see the offensive line and defensive line meet up and show off their skills for the first time.
While Collin Klein struggled, the receiver and running backs didn’t show much, and the defensive backs and linebackers weren’t of much note, it was the day to learn Terron Armstead’s, David Bass’s...
South Carolina center T.J. Johnson says the Gamecocks are ready to wipe away the problems of the last two weeks.
Johnson has a good handle on the team's attitude.
He will start his 48th game, more than anyone in school history, when No. 17 South Carolina (6-2, 4-2 Southeastern Conference) takes on Tennessee (3-4, 0-4) this Saturday. Johnson has watched the team go from a middle...
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October 26, 2012
Jay Graham, Alshon Jeffery, T.J. Johnson and Terrence Campbwell speak with the media Wednesday as the Gamecocks get ready to take on Tennessee. Look inside for the videos plus a bonus interview with former South Carolina receiver Tori Gurley.