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Draft Scout Derrick Johnson News
12/23/15 - LB Derrick Johnson led the Chiefs in tackles with a dozen last Sunday against Baltimore, along with a forced fumble. Johnson has 100 total tackles on the season, or 35 more than the No. 2 tackler in the Chiefs defense. He's added eight tackles for minus yardage, four sacks, five quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles and two interceptions. "Coming back off a pretty significant injury at his age, he's playing good football," Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said about his 33-year old, 11-year veteran. "He goes about every day and the same thing he shows in practice, he does in the game."
12/02/15 - LB Derrick Johnson has faced the Oakland Raiders 17 times over his career, racking up 84 total tackles, three sacks and two interceptions.
11/22/15 - ILB Derrick Johnson had a game-high nine tackles. He had a key role in limiting the Chargers to 52 rushing yards, which tied a season low for the Chargers.
11/18/15 - ILB Derrick Johnson played 16 games against the Chargers over his 11-season career, registering 72 total tackles, four sacks and two interceptions. Johnson did not face San Diego last year after he suffered a ruptured Achilles in the 2014 season opener.
09/29/15 - ILB Derrick Johnson entered the game with 995 career tackles. He added eight more to that tally, with his count of 1,003 breaking the franchise record held by Gary Spani. "First off, when you're playing, you don't even think about the tackle record for the Chiefs but, you know, I've been playing a while and having some good luck and I'm very fortunate to have a chance to break it this year. God gets all the glory for helping me get to this point."