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|16||@Seahawks||W 27 - 13|
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WR TE Career
- Selected by Arizona in the sixth round (174th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft out of Fresno State, Johnson became the seventh Fresno State player drafted by the Cardinals. First Bulldog WR drafted since Packers WR Davante Adams (2014).
- One of three WRs drafted by the Cardinals in 2019, all of whom ranked top-10 in receiving yards among FBS players last season – Massachusetts WR Andy Isabella (first), Johnson (sixth) and Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler (tied for eighth).
- Played 52 games and established school records with 3,463 receiving yards and 275 receptions, 42 more than the previous record held by Adams (233). Led the Bulldogs in all receiving categories in each of his final three seasons and finished his college career with the most receptions and second-most receiving yards among active FBS players.
- Caught at least one pass in 51 of 52 games, including each of his final 50 college contests, which set school and Mountain West Conference records and stood as the longest streak among FBS players.