Stafon Johnson: Tennessee Titans Rookie Suffers Another Tough Injury

August 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Some things in life aren't fair, but if you're a strong person and adjust to adversity you become the strongest force known to man. Such can be said about Titans rookie running back Stafon Johnson, who suffered his second brutal injury in a year.
During his 2009 season at USC, Trojan standout Johnson was injured in a freak accident in which he dropped a weight bar that crushed his neck and larynx, leaving him in stable condition.
An undrafted rookie free agent, Johnson was with the Titans as he battled troubled rookie LaGarrette Blount, whom is most noted for the punch he threw at a Boise St football player in the beginning of last season. 
With Johnson and Blount on the team, the Titans were trying to balance out their running back system that features 2,000 yard rusher Chris Johnson and elusive second-year player, Javon Ringer.
The Titans quickly got down and said a prayer for Johnson, who took a hard hit to his right leg on the final play o...

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