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Detroit Lions waive former second-round running back Kerryon Johnson – ESPN

The Lions have waived running back Kerryon Johnson. Detroit also signed tight end Darren Fells on Wednesday.



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The Detroit Lions have waived running back Kerryon Johnson, the team announced on Thursday.
Detroit drafted the former Auburn standout in the second round in 2018. Johnson became expendable after the team drafted D’Andre Swift No. 35 overall in 2020, signed free-agent running back Jamaal Williams in March and drafted Oregon State’s Jermar Jefferson last week.
Johnson ran for 1,225 yards and eight touchdowns over three seasons. He also has 61 career receptions for 527 yards and three scores.

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