Trumaine Johnson

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Trumaine Johnson was born in Stockton, California, United States on January 1st, 1990 and is the Football Player. At the age of 34, Trumaine Johnson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1990
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Stockton, California, United States
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Trumaine Monte Johnson (born January 1, 1990) is an American football cornerback for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL).

He played college football at University of Montana, and was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.


Trumaine Johnson Career

High school career

Johnson, a native of Stockton, California, attended Edison High School, where he competed football and was a No. 1 wide receiver prospect.

College career

Johnson played for Montana in 2008, where he was a rare starter at cornerback as a true freshman. He played 13 of 14 games, including 54-12-2, with a forced fumble, six tackles for loss, and a sack. He was ninth on the team in tackles with 44 stops last season. He was a Big Sky honorable mention pick. In 2009, he had team-highs of five interceptions and 12 pass deflections in 11 games (he missed four games due to injury). He will finish first (tie) in the league in pass deflections (1.09 pg) and second in interceptions (0.45 pg). He was fourth on the team with 31 solo tackles and was the team's fourth top returning tackler with 54 tackles. In 2010, he was a First-Team All-Big Sky pick. With four interceptions and tied for sixth in the Big Sky, he tied for first and second.36 picks a game. Johnson started in the first 11 games but suffered with an injury against Idaho State and missed the University's last five games. With four interceptions and two of those picks for touchdowns, he came in second at UM and went second.

Professional career

Johnson was considered a second round pick by the majority of NFL draft experts and analysts as a result of his visit to Montana. He was given an invitation to the NFL combine and completed all of the necessary combine and positional drills. Johnson attended Montana's pro day on March 9, 2012, but decided not to do positional drills for scouts and team representatives. Mike Mayock, a quarterback for the fifth best cornerback in the draft, was rated as the eighth best cornerback by

In the third round (65th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams selected Johnson. After North Alabama's Janoris Jenkins (39th overall), he was the Rams' second cornerback pick.

The St. Louis Rams signed Johnson to a four-year, $3.04 million deal on July 24, 2012. During preparation camp for the St. Louis Rams' third cornerback position, he competed with Bradley Fletcher, Jerome Murphy, Josh Gordy, Quinton Pointer, and Kendric Burney. Johnson was the Rams' third on their depth chart to begin the season, behind rookie Janoris Jenkins and veteran Cortland Finnegan.

During the Rams' 23-27 loss to the Detroit Lions, Johnson made his professional resume during his first season. During a 19-13 victory, Johnson had a tackle, one pass deflection, and his first career interceptee, selecting Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. The Rams had a 24-24 overtime draw with the San Francisco 49ers on November 11, Johnson made his first appearance in his career and had four solo tackles. With Josh Freeman, he had three pass-breaks and his second intercept of his career against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 16. In three starts and 16 games, he finished his rookie season with 31 combined tackles (29 solo), eight pass break ups, and two interceptions.

Johnson was the third cornerback for the St. Louis Rams after Jenkins and Finnegan. Johnson made three tackles, broke up two passes, and intercepted quarterback Carson Palmer, who was running it 29 yards to the four-yard line in the Rams' 27–24 season-opening victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The Rams lost 15–30 to the Carolina Panthers on October 20, 2013, with Johnson having a season-high nine combined tackles. In a 38–8 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, he made four combined tackles, intercepted Andrew Luck, and defenseed three passes. In a victory over the New Orleans Saints on December 15, Johnson killed quarterback Drew Brees and recorded six tackles, his fifth interception of his career. He finished with 68 tackles (58 solo), 11 pass deflections, three interceptions, three interceptions, and a forced fumble.

Johnson and Janoris Jenkins were slated as the starting lineback in training camp. Johnson made a solo tackle before winning the Cleveland Browns 33-34 victory and being carted off the field in the second quarter of the Rams' third preseason game, on August 23, 2014. He sustained a knee injury and was inactive for the Rams' first seven games of the season (Weeks 1–8). Johnson had two solo tackles, two pass deflections, and intercepted a pass by Peyton Manning in the fourth quarter, giving the Denver Broncos a 22-27 victory over the Denver Broncos on November 16, 2014. As the Rams defeated the Oakland Raiders 52-0, Johnson recorded six solo tackles, split up two passes, made two interceptions, and a touchdown. He intercepted a pass by both Derek Carr and Matt Schaub, resulting in his second interception Meditation for a 43-yard touchdown. It was his first game with multiple interceptions in his career. During a 24–0 victory over the Washington Redskins, he posted a season-high eight combined tackles Bahrain also as a pass deflection. Johnson had 36 combined tackles (333 solo), six pass deflections, three interceptions, and a touchdown in nine games.

To start the 2015 regular season, head coach Jeff Fisher kept Johnson and Jenkins as the starting cornerback duo. During a 34–31 victory over Russell Wilson, he started his season-opener against the Seattle Seahawks, had three solo tackles, broke up a pass, and intercepted him. He left the game in the third quarter after suffering a thigh injury and being sidelined for the next two weeks (Weeks 12-13). During a 23–17 win over the Seattle Seahawks on December 27, 2015, Johnson recorded four solo tackles, two pass deflections, and intercepted Russell Wilson's pass. He played his third straight game with a pick and increased his season interception total to seven with the interception. In the Rams' 19–16 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, he had a season-high ten solo tackles and broke up a pass. Johnson finished the 2015 season with a career-high 71 combined tackles (58 solo), a career-high 17 pass deflections, and seven interceptions in 14 games and 13 starts. Johnson was given an overall rating of 80.9 by Pro Football Focus, putting him among the top 25 cornerbacks in the country.

On March 9, 2016, the St. Louis Rams issued the non-exclusive franchise tag on Johnson. The tag was one-year and is worth $13.95 million.

During a 17-13 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Johnson recorded five solo tackles, a career-high six pass breakup, and intercepted Carson Palmer's pass. During a 37–32 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 9, Johnson recorded a season-high nine combined tackles and two pass deflections. He made two solo tackles and broke up a pass before being carted off the field in the second quarter of the Rams' 30-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills with an ankle injury on October 9, 2016. He was sidelined by his ankle injury for the next two games (Weeks 6–7). Johnson had 57 combined tackles (47 solo), 11 pass deflections, and an interception in 14 games and 14 starts during the 2016 season. For the second straight season, he received an overall grade of 81.0 and ranked as one of the top 25 cornerbacks, in total grade.

For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles Rams issued a franchise tag on Johnson. On March 6, 2017, Johnson officially signed the Rams' one-year, $16.74 million franchise tag.

In their 46-9 victory, Johnson played for two solo tackles, a pass deflection, a forced fumble, a forced picket, a field goal, interception, and a touchdown. Joyner returned an interception by quarterback Jacoby Brissett for a 29-yard touchdown and T. Y. Hilton's forced a fumble. He was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Colts. During a 51-17 victory over the New York Giants, he had six combined tackles, a pass deflection, and an interception. His interception came off a pass by Eli Manning in the third quarter and was his last interception as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. In Week 13, Johnson scored a season-high seven solo tackles and broke up a pass. The Arizona Cardinals defeated the Rams 32–16 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. He finished the 2017 season with 65 combined tackles (57 solo), 14 pass deflections, and two interceptions in 16 games and 15 starts. Johnson received a 74.2 overall rating, ranking 68th out of all qualifying cornerbacks in 2017.

Johnson agreed to a five-year, $72.5 million contract with the New York Jets, with $34 million promised. He appeared in ten games for the Jets in 2018, including 40 tackles, five passes defensed, and four interceptions.

Johnson was put on sick reserve with an ankle injury on November 5, 2019. He played in seven games with five starts, with 25 tackles, two passes defensed, and one interception.

Johnson was promoted by the Jets with a post-June 1 rank on March 18, 2020.

Johnson was signed to the Carolina Panthers practice squad on September 19, 2020, but only six days later.


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