Johnson, previously with the Jaguars and Buccaneers, now has the distinction of having been a part of all three of the NFL’s Florida organizations. He also attended college at Central Florida, and his tenure there was good enough for the Jags to use a seventh-round pick on him in 2014. Johnson collected 29 carries for 86 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie, but he sat out last season after the Jaguars cut him in advance of Week 1. Johnson then inked a two-year deal in April with the Bucs, who waived the 24-year-old in August.
Barring injuries, Johnson will have a difficult time cracking the Dolphins’ roster this year. Jay Ajayi has been among the league’s best running backs, while Damien Wiliams and Week 9 hero Kenyan Drake have fared well in reserve.
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