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Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Records rushing touchdown Sunday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/19/16) Johnson recorded team highs with 16 carries for 54 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 40-7 demolition of the Buccaneers.

Johnson garnered a career-low two snaps in the regular season opener, after which head coach Bruce Arians regretted not using the veteran back more often. Indeed, Johnson received a sizable bump in usage Sunday, picking up 21 of the Cardinals' 66 offensive snaps, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix. With the hosts safely in front, 33-7, after three quarters, starting RB David Johnson took a seat, thereby allowing the veteran Johnson to handle the rock the rest of the way, which involved a three-yard touchdown to push the score to its final tally.

Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Notches 24 yards rushing Sunday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/29/16) Johnson notched seven carries for 24 yards during Sunday's preseason loss at Houston.

The Cardinals' ground game was dominated by David Johnson on the first two possessions, but the veteran Johnson and Andre Ellington shared the load for the next three, getting work with both Carson Palmer and his backup Drew Stanton. While Chris Johnson ripped off a 13-yard run at one point, he otherwise didn't surpass four yards on any other rush and wasn't targeted in the passing game. If his usage in the preseason is any indication, his touch count will hover about five per game in 2016 behind the bell cow that is David Johnson.

Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Receives four carries Friday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/21/16) Johnson turned four carries into seven yards during Friday's preseason defeat at San Diego.

Preseason performances for a veteran like Johnson don't mean all that much in the end, as he's merely reacquainting himself with the contact that he's endured for eight NFL seasons. The breakdown of snaps after David Johnson has been more telling. During both of the Cardinals' exhibitions to date, the second-year pro has earned the start, with the veteran immediately following in his wake. At numerous points in the offseason, head coach Bruce Arians has termed David Johnson the bell-cow back in Arizona, but Chris Johnson is still expected to be a regular contributor in the upcoming campaign.

Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Feeling much better in 2016

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/1/16) Johnson feels much better this year than he did in 2015, when he signed with the Cardinals in the middle of training camp, the Arizona Republic reports.

Johnson remained a free agent for longer than expected due to an offseason shooting incident in which he took a bullet to the trapezoid muscle. After inking a deal with the Cardinals on Aug. 17, 2015, he strained his right hamstring on the second day of training camp, and despite landing the starting RB job in Week 2 due to a knee injury to Andre Ellington, he spent most of the season working himself into shape. In the end, he suffered a season-ending fractured left tibia in Week 12, opening the door for David Johnson's coming out party. While head coach Bruce Arians considers the second-year pro as his do-everything back, the Johnsons are "even" as ball carriers, according to offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin, which will likely result in a consistent workload for Chris Johnson on a weekly basis.

Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Stays with Cardinals

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(3/17/16) The Cardinals and Johnson agreed to a one-year contract Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

After taking a visit to the RB-needy Dolphins this week, Johnson has decided to remain in Arizona, where he revitalized his career in 2015 to the tune of 814 yards on the ground and three touchdowns in 11 games. However, he sustained a fractured left tibia in Week 12, ending his season as the Cardinals were knocked out of the postseason in the NFC championship game. The injury allowed David Johnson to take the reins of the rushing attack, meaning the elder Johnson will be relegated to a reserve role in the fall.

Game Log
9/7OAKW 19-14Yes13685.21105234.61210000
9/14@GBL 24-31Yes12211.880100000000
9/22CHIL 19-27Yes10343.460000000000
9/28DETL 17-24No6447.33512178.51000000
Total  3411674.13518405.01210000
10/5@SDL 0-31No7243.4701-2-2.0-201000
10/12DENL 17-31No393.040122.0200000
10/16@NEL 25-27No13614.71502199.51100000
10/26BUFL 23-43No372.3502136.51200000
Total  0261013.91506325.31201000
11/2@KCL 10-24No11696.321023216.02600000
11/9PITW 20-13Yes7233.34011212.01200000
11/24@BUFL 3-38No7405.71503227.3900000
Total  1251325.321066611.02600000
12/1MIAL 13-16No171056.2470000000000
12/7@MINL 24-30No16533.3802136.5800000
12/14@TENW 16-11Yes10555.5370000000000
12/21NEL 16-17Yes10303.0160133.0300000
12/28@MIAW 37-24No10202.0701-3-3.0-300000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2008Tennessee Titans151425112284.9669954
2009Tennessee Titans161635820065.691142279
2010Tennessee Titans161631613644.376111355
2011Tennessee Titans161626210474.04841147
2012Tennessee Titans161527612434.5946845
2013Tennessee Titans161627910773.9306554
2014New York Jets1661556634.3471421
2015Arizona Cardinals1191968144.2623631
2016Arizona Cardinals3019613.29104
2008Tennessee Titans1514432606.02512011
2009Tennessee Titans16165050310.16923318
2010Tennessee Titans1616442455.6251109
2011Tennessee Titans1616574187.33404013
2012Tennessee Titans1615362326.4220107
2013Tennessee Titans1616423458.26644210
2014New York Jets166241516.3261109
2015Arizona Cardinals1196589.7400111
2016Arizona Cardinals3000---00000
2008Tennessee Titans151400---0---0000/000---
2009Tennessee Titans1616100.000.000000/00039.6
2010Tennessee Titans161600---0---0000/000---
2011Tennessee Titans161600---0---0000/000---
2012Tennessee Titans161500---0---0000/000---
2013Tennessee Titans161600---0---0000/000---
2014New York Jets16600---0---0000/000---
2015Arizona Cardinals11900---0---0000/000---
2016Arizona Cardinals3000---0---0000/000---
Kick Returns
2008Tennessee Titans1511717.01700
2009Tennessee Titans1600---000
2010Tennessee Titans1600---000
2011Tennessee Titans1600---000
2012Tennessee Titans1600---000
2013Tennessee Titans1600---000
2014New York Jets1600---000
2015Arizona Cardinals1100---000
2016Arizona Cardinals300---000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2008Tennessee Titans1511.000000.0000
2009Tennessee Titans1643.010000.0000
2010Tennessee Titans1622.000000.0000
2011Tennessee Titans1600.000000.0000
2012Tennessee Titans1611.000000.0000
2013Tennessee Titans1611.000000.0000
2014New York Jets1611.000000.0000
2015Arizona Cardinals1100.000000.0000
2016Arizona Cardinals300.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2008Tennessee Titans1511000000
2009Tennessee Titans1633010010
2010Tennessee Titans1632010010
2011Tennessee Titans1631010010
2012Tennessee Titans1654000000
2013Tennessee Titans1632020020
2014New York Jets1611000000
2015Arizona Cardinals1122000000
2016Arizona Cardinals300000000
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