Michael Johnson

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets #93 - Defensive End

  • Height: 6-7
  • Weight: 260

Bengals News (6/8): Remembering the Rattler


Former Bengal great Ken Riley passed away. Cincinnati media has done a great job of remembering the life of a great man.

Wake Up, Bronco Nation: Hello!; New football signees; Football coming back?


Where do bad rainbows go? Prism Hi there! Sorry it’s been a while since I’ve posted on of these (or anything in general). Like, possibly, many of you the COVID-19 situation has been rough. I’ve...

Eagles Rookie Profile: 6 things to know about John Hightower


Get to know one of Philly’s new wide receivers.

16 Days to Kickoff! - Jason Campbell!


This article isn’t long enough to play all the highlights from 2004.

The 2019 Penn State Cocktail Party Preview:


Meeting a Penn State fan? Here are the dos and don’ts for the Nittany Lions’ 2019 season: Talking "Portalled", White Outs, and a stand-out defense.

Something about everything that is anything for this coming season


Yeah, you read that right. Behold, all of the information:

37 Bengals who are locks to make the final roster


Competition will be key this Summer in determining how the Bengals’ final roster will look like, but who are the players who are free from competition?

Breaking down the Bengals’ selection of Renell Wren


Renell Wren could be a name we look back on and wonder just how he fell into the Bengals lap.

11 for 11 draft series: Montez Sweat could make Bengals’ defense elite


After dominating the Senior Bowl and the NFL combine, Montez Sweat is on track to be a top-10 pick. If he’s not, the Bengals become a serious contender to draft him.

9 sleeper picks on defense the Bengals could target in the NFL Draft

The names being kicked around for Cincinnati’s possibilities in the first round, but who are some other under-the-radar players on defense that can help them in the later ones?

Cowboys news: Looking at multiple draft targets for Dallas


Your Monday morning Cowboys news.

Arkansas State faces the ultimate stability test in 2019

Blake Anderson’s Red Wolves are the steadiest entity in the Sun Belt, but a new quarterback and staff turnover could challenge that notion.