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Draft Scout Trumaine Johnson News
06/16/16 - CB Trumaine Johnson was not at the Rams' final phase of OTAs this week after being involved in a violent on-field collision last week.
Johnson collided with a Rams wide receiver during 11-on-11 drills last Friday and had to be helped up and to the locker room by team trainers after laying on the ground for a few minutes.
A groggy Johnson was later seen leaving the practice facility with an ice chest applied to his mouth, and was not present this week.
06/10/16 - CB Trumaine Johnson had to leave practice early on Friday after a violent collision with a wide receiver during 11-on-11 drills. Johnson went sprawling to the ground after the collision, where he stayed for a few minutes while teammates and trainers came to his aid. Johnson eventually got up and walked with trainers to the locker room. He was spotted a little later in street clothes holding an ice pack to his mouth.
03/01/16 - CB Trumaine Johnson was tagged as the franchise player by the Rams Tuesday (March 1) with a tender worth $13.952 million. "Since we drafted Trumaine in 2012, he has developed into an integral part of our defense," Rams General Manager Les Snead said. "We look forward to having him with us this season and more to come."
Johnson was drafted by the Rams in the third round (65th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft. Last season he tied for third in the league with seven interceptions and was second among all NFL cornerbacks. He had three picks in the team's final four games in addition to posting a career-high 12 pass breakups and recording 69 tackles. Through four NFL seasons, the Stockton, Calif. native has played in 55 games (33 starts), intercepted 14 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns, and recorded 213 career tackles.
12/27/15 - CB Trumaine Johnson had an interception for the fourth week in a row. Johnson picked off Seattle QB Russell Wilson in the second quarter, giving him a career-high seven for the season.
12/10/15 - CB Trumaine Johnson, who has missed the last two games because of a thigh injury, was back on the practice field Wednesday and Thursday. Johnson was limited Wednesday and then participated fully Thursday. Head coach Jeff Fisher said he is hopeful Johnson will be able to play Sunday against the Lions.