Johnson has impressed members of the Browns organization with his size, speed, and knowledge of the team's offense, according to ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi. Johnson was signed by the Browns last October from the Packers practice squad. The team later learned that Johnson had suffered a torn ACL. Now rehabilitated, Johnson will seek to join a Cleveland WR corps spread thin by the suspension of Browns WR Josh Gordon.
Before the knee injury, the 6'2" Johnson showed 4.38 speed and a 39.5" vertical at his pro day. It appears he has the physical tools to succeed as an NFL receiver. He also rehabbed from his injury with likely starting Browns QB Brian Hoyer , and the two reportedly developed some chemistry working out together. Right now Johnson is somebody who should be on the very remote periphery of your draft radar, as he seeks to make a Browns roster that includes veteran WR Miles Austin and WR Nate Burleson . Johnson is currently ranked 99th among WRs by FFToolbox.com.