Following the news of Jalen Ramsey’s minor core muscle surgery, it’s fair to question the amount of depth Jacksonville has at the cornerback position.
Starting nickel cornerback Aaron Colvin was sidelined for the entirety of the offseason program with a lower leg injury. Ramsey’s tag team partner on the outside, A.J. Bouye, missed the first week of organized team activities with an undisclosed ailment of his own.
While those injuries have been unfortunate, the coaching staff has been able to check out the team’s depth group at cornerback.
Of those players, Josh Johnson has been one of the standouts.
Johnson was the backup nickel cornerback last season after playing two years in the Canadian Football League. Now in his second year with the Jaguars, Johnson has been getting more and more reps with the starting group due to the injuries at the position.
He has made the most of his…
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