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12/14/14 - RB Storm Johnson, a seventh-round draft pick from Central Florida, was activated for the first time in six games. Johnson had 19 yards on six carries. "That's a good defense with a very talented front seven," Jacksonville coach Gus Bradley. "So, we knew it was going to be a challenge [to run the ball]."
10/13/14 - RB Storm Johnson got the start and gained just 21 yards on 10 carries.
10/05/14 - RB Storm Johnson is likely to get more attention in the coming weeks. Johnson, a former teammate of Blake Bortles at Central Florida, got in his first NFL game on Sunday and gained 27 yards in four carries, albeit 20 of the yards came on one burst around end. Johnson had been inactive with an injury the first three weeks and while he dressed for last week's game in San Diego, he didn't see any action. "This was a first step," he said. "I think I'm just going to keep on doing what I do, just work hard, go to practice, focus, listen to what coaches tell me to do, study the game plan and go out there 110 percent."
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Jaguars' pick: Round 7/222 - Storm Johnson, RB, 6-0, 209, Central Florida...Jaguars wanted to add depth at running back position and liked what they saw in Johnson's productive senior season. He rushed for 1,139 yards on 213 carries, scoring 14 times. He started collegiate career at University of Miami before joining CFU program. He'll be reunited with former Knights teammate and Jaguars No. 1 draft pick, Blake Bortles, in Jacksonville. - The Sports Xchange
04/15/14 - Five players who should be on the Patriots' draft radar: RB Storm Johnson, UCF: With LeGarrette Blount exiting via free agency and Shane Vereen, Stevan Ridley and Brandon Bolden all in the final years of their contracts, running back is a need area for the Patriots. And this draft class offers several quality mid-round options, like Storm Johnson. He has the pass-catching ability and overall frame to be a quality receiver and blocker with the run instincts to be a sturdy contributor in a NFL backfield. Johnson lacks elite make-you-miss ability and will try and do too much at times, but is at his best as a one-cut-and-go runner. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com