Bradley Johnson

Maryland Terrapins #58 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 220

Profiles In Terpage - A Countdown to the Football Season: Bradley Johnson


Testudo Times' series of profiles covering every player on Maryland's roster continues with a back-up middle linebacker.

On Maryland's Possible Oncoming Transition to the 3-4


Breaking down how Maryland's roster fits new defensive coordinator Brian Stewart's preferred 3-4 scheme.

Updated Maryland Depth Chart: Tony Logan, Andre Monroe Grab Starting Spots


Two of Maryland's stars from their loss to West Virginia have taken starting spots for the Temple game.

Maryland Football Closes in on Fall Practice: Storylines to Watch


The Terps are four days out of fall practice starting. Here's what we'll be looking for.

Taking Stock of Maryland's Spring Football Position Battles: Defense


Spring football is always fun, not least because of the position battles. An in-depth look at some of the defense's most intriguing fights.

Maryland 42, Virginia 23: Report Card and Helmet Stickers


Grading the Terps' performances from their big win over Virginia in Charlottesville.

Maryland Minute 8.19.10 - Football Injuries Continue; Under Armour Basketball Shoes Go Live


Ben Pooler's out for the year, Lansford Watson may require surgery, Jordan Haden visits, and Under Armour finally releases their basketball shoes.

Maryland Football Preview, Position-By-Position: Defensive Line


Talking about how Maryland can improve their defensive line. Trust us, they need us.

What to Watch for in Maryland's Spring Game: Quarterback Battle, Breakout Performances


Maryland has plenty of questions to answer in the spring game. We take a look at few of the most important.

Maryland Football Season Review: Linebackers


Maryland has quietly been Linebacker U. Did the tradition continue this year?

Maryland True Freshmen Status Update


Lots of Maryland's redshirts will be burnt in the coming weeks. Here's whose.

Incoming Freshmen Rundown: LB


Looking to see who's good in Maryland's incoming freshman class? Look no further. Part III!