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Juan Johnson
#26 | Running Back | Demons Roster

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Through 2001 Regular Season
Regular 33 172 5.2 19 0 11 79 7.2 21 1 0 0 0
Position: RB
How Acquired: D1-22
Last Team: Amsterdam (NFLE)
College: Utah ’97
NFL Games/Starts: 0/0

Career: Answered call of Amsterdam Admirals last May with five games remaining and wound up pacing the team in rushing despite late start …. Also member of British Columbia Lions for two seasons following productive career at Utah as collegian …. Helped turn around BC’s 1998 season in conjunction with Greg Mohns taking over as Lions’ head coach …. Just missed the 1,000-yard mark in first year in Canadian League as versatile offensive weapon …. Invited to training camp with Miami and Tennessee during career …. Professed fan of WWF. 2000: Enjoyed four strong performances for Admirals, including team-leading totals for rushing three times and a double-double against Scotland …. Gained 78 yards in 13 carries at Barcelona and netted 64 yards on 15 attempts at Rhein for best rushing games and enjoyed 78 all-purpose yards against Scotland, including a season-best five pass receptions for 40 yards while also leading the team (10-38) in rushing …. Finished with 230 yards on 52 tries as rusher and fielded eight passes for 69 yards, averaging just under 5.0 yards per touch. 1999: Rejoined Lions with only six games remaining and gained 163 yards on 28 rushes and three passes following release by Dolphins. 1998: Was selected as a Western Division all-star after pacing Lions in rushing and collecting 1,238 all-purpose yards …. Matched franchise record for one-season 100-yard rushing games with seven, including five during a six-game winning streak to close the regular season and secure playoff berth …. Cranked out season-high 153 yards on 23 carries vs. Saskatchewan …. Began earning significant playing time after Mohns assuming coaching reins, failing to reach 100-yard mark just three times in last 10 games …. Also led the team with seven touchdowns and was among leading receivers with 33 catches for 235 yards.

College: Started during all four seasons at Utah and finished with 2,601 yards on 582 career carries …. Tied for fourth in career rushing touchdowns with 22 and was a second-team all-Western Athletic Conference choice …. Gained 197 yards on the ground vs. Tulsa as junior and 190 against Oregon as senior en route to seven 100-yard outings …. Also accumulated 111 yards rushing against Stanford in 1996 game … Led Utes in rushing as senior with 838 yards and seven scores …. Split time with Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala (NFL Steelers) in 1995-96 seasons.

Personal: Born January 28, 1976 in Columbus, Ga. …. Attended Hunter HS in Hunter, Utah …. Majored in family and consumer studies …. State player of week after scoring three touchdowns in one game …. Currently resides in West Valley City, Utah.

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