Delvin Johnson

#79NT,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 324
Born:
College: Marshall
Draft: Undrafted
  • Redskins Playbook: After worst to first in 2016, how strong will NFC East be?
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Redskins Playbook: After worst to first in 2016, how strong will NFC East be?

    Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, May 28, 16 days before the Washington Redskins start their mandatory minicamp on June 13. Timeline Days until: —Training camp starts (7/27) 60 —Preseason opener @ Ravens (8/10) 74 —Season opener Eagles @ Redskins (9/10) 105 Note: I am on vacation this week in the Outer Banks. Need to Know will be a mix of new content and some of the most popular posts of 2017. Redskins faced one of NFL’s toughest slates in 2016 (originally posted January 28) As the Redskins came off their 2015 playoff season and looked towards 2016, one thing jumped out. Even before any games were played it looked like their path to a repeat playoff appearance would be difficult,

  • NFL Network lists Giants among league's most talented teams
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    NFL Network lists Giants among league's most talented teams

    When looking at their roster on paper, the New York Giants do appear to sport some of the league’s very best talent. But where does that talent rank among the rest of the NFL? Gil Brandt of NFL Network recently sought to answer that question and ranked the NFL’s top 10 teams based purely on the talent of their roster. The Giants checked in at No. 6 overall. 6) New York Giants The Giants have scored big over the last two seasons in terms of adding to their roster. This year, they added rookie tight end Evan Engram and veteran wideout Brandon Marshall to a pass-catching group that already boasted Odell Beckham Jr. (one of the NFL’s best) and Sterling Shepard (an up-and-comer). In 2016, free-agent

  • Ten NFL rookies who are diamonds in the rough
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    Ten NFL rookies who are diamonds in the rough

    Samaje Perine could very well be the Redskins' starting running back in Week 1. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Despite the shimmer and shine the top-drafted NFL rookies exude every year, it’s well known some of the league’s best players are diamonds in the rough. Overlooked in the first rounds of the draft for various reasons, there are plenty who fit that mold heading into 2017. For the purposes of this article we’ll focus on 10 players — five offensive and five defensive — who have a chance to make some significant noise as rookies for their respective teams. Some will end up as starters while others will make an impact as role players. Regardless, all will prove valuable, and it’s highly likely