T.J. Johnson

South Carolina Gamecocks #55 - Center

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 319

Pro Football Focus playing it safe in projecting A.J. Green’s season


These are benchmarks Green can easily achieve.

Preseason Week 4: Bengals 53-man roster & practice squad projection


The Bengals completed their dress rehearsal and play their final game of the preseason on Thursday. Here’s where the roster stands heading into the final days before cuts are made.

Bengals 53-man roster projection: Reassessing following training camp


The Bengals are finished with the open-to-the-public portion of training camp. Now heading into the second preseason game of the year, here’s an updated look at our 53-man roster projection.

Ranking the importance of all 31 potential Bengals 2019 free agents


The Bengals have had some big free agent losses in recent years who have rocked the franchise. Many popular names have are set to see their contracts expire after this season. Who are the most...

Bengals sign undrafted OL Cory Helms and WR Kayaune Ross


The Bengals get more depth at wide receiver and the interior offensive line.

Bengals 53-man roster projection: Pre-training camp edition


Who will be on the Bengals’ 53-man roster come September 9? We take our best crack at the roster ahead of training camp.

Recapping the final day of Bengals minicamp and injury updates


The Bengals are officially on summer break following the final day of mandatory minicamp in Cincinnati.

Bengals offensive line continues to mix it up; Cordy Glenn likes what he has seen


Cordy Glenn likes what he has seen so far from the Bengals offense, and while he is limited in practice, the Bengals have been playing musical chairs along the offensive line.

Sights and scenes from the final open Bengals OTA practice


Here’s a roundup of what we learned from the Bengals’ final week of OTAs.

Kirkpatrick, Kroft among several Bengals sidelined at Tuesday’s practice


The latest injury news on several Bengals who have been limited or missing OTAs altogether.

Best-case-scenario for each of the Bengals’ offensive line positions in 2018


The Bengals offensive line could see up to four new starters when the 2018 season begins. Who will start at each position and who’s in play to compete?

Bengals OL Trey Hopkins will practice at center while Billy Price recovers from injury


Trey Hopkins could be the Bengals’ most versatile lineman. He is at least going to try and prove it by playing some center during OTAs.