Player Bio

Jerrod Johnson
QB #4
Height:
6-5
Weight:
251
Age:
28
College:
Texas A&M
Experience:
1

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Originally entered the league as a member with the Philadelphia Eagles (2011), but has also spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers (2012) and the Seattle Seahawks (2013).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent (7/26/11)… Cut by the Eagles (8/13/11)… Signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers (1/4/12)… Cut by the Steelers (8/31/12)… Signed by the Seattle Seahawks (4/24/12)… Cut by the Seahawks (6/14/12)… Signed to the Chicago Bears practice squad (9/1/13).
PRO CAREER: Originally entered the league as a member with the Philadelphia Eagles (2011), but has also spent time with the Pittsburgh Steelers (2012) and the Seattle Seahawks (2013).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent (7/26/11)… Cut by the Eagles (8/13/11)… Signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers (1/4/12)… Cut by the Steelers (8/31/12)… Signed by the Seattle Seahawks (4/24/12)… Cut by the Seahawks (6/14/12)… Signed to the Chicago Bears practice squad (9/1/13).

COLLEGE CAREER: He started 29-of-37 career games at Texas A&M and finished his career holding 24 school records, including total offense (8,888 yards), passing yards (8,011), completions (650) and touchdown passes (67)... Also holds two Big 12 and school records for passes without an interception in a single-season (225 in 2009) and an overall streak without an INT 242 (2008-09)... Finished his career completing 650-of-1,109 attempts for 8,011 yards with 67 TDs and 27 INTs, adding 877 rushing yards and 16 rushing TDs… Named second-team All-Big 12 in 2009, when he started 13 games and set career-highs in attempts (497), completions (296), completion percentage (59.6), yards (3,579), TDs (30), rushing yards (506) and rushing TDs (8).

PERSONAL: Attended Humble (Texas) High School and named District 22-5A offensive MVP after throwing for 1,151 yards with 6 TDs and rushing for 613 yards with 11 TDs as a senior... Caught 31 passes for 385 yards with 7 TDs as a junior and named team MVP and earned all-district honors as a wide receiver... Father, Larry, played wide receiver and defensive back for Texas A&M in the late 1970s.

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