John Johnson III
S - CLE
Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Browns and former Rams safety John Johnson III have agreed to terms on a deal for three years, $33.75 million with $24 million guaranteed.
Another free agency domino falls as star saftey John Johnson inks a deal to head to Cleveland. The veteran safety recorded 105 tackles and 1 interception last season. He held a 85.3 PFF rating, good for third best in the league at the position.
John Johnson ended Sunday’s 30-27 win over the Panthers with 11 total tackles.
Johnson is probably owned in most IDP leagues. If he is available, Johnson is worth adding and starting on a weekly basis.
John Johnson recorded two solo tackles, one pass defensed, and one interception in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 7 destruction of the San Francisco 49ers.
Johnson didn't rack up the numbers like he normally does, but the interception saved his fantasy day. Keep him locked and loaded in your lineup every week, because he'll continue to be the focus of opposing offenses.
SS John Johnson recorded two solo tackles, two assisted tackles, one interception, and one pass defensed in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 6 win against the Denver Broncos.
Johnson had a relatively quiet game, and wasn't targeted relentlessly as usual. He responded with less fantasy production than normal, although the interception likely saved his day for many fantasy owners. Look for him to continue to produce moving forward, as opposing offenses have nowhere else to go against this elite Rams defense.
John Johnson recorded three solo tackles and three assisted tackles in the Los Angeles Rams' Week 5 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
Johnson came back down to earth after his monster game in Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings, but he has the opportunity to produce all year as one of the few players on the Rams' defense worth targeting by opposing offenses.