NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Julio Jones and A.J. Brown have drawn the most attention out of the wide receivers at training camp for the Tennessee Titans. Quietly, the most consistent receiver at camp has been sixth-year wideout Marcus Johnson.
“Marcus has made some plays,” quarterback Ryan Tannehill said. “I’m really excited about what he’s done. He’s shown some big-play ability to go get the football in tight coverage and win in one-on-one situations.”
Johnson has played well enough to make the roster and actually be a contributor. The 27-year-old’s biggest challenge throughout his career has been staying healthy, especially during camp.
“Training camp has been some of the toughest times for me. But thankfully I’m healthy right now,” Johnson said. “When I’m out there, I play well. Some of the things you just can’t control.”
Marcus Johnson is wearing No. 88 to honor his father, Marlon. AP Photo/Mark Zaleski, File
Dating back to his college days at Texas, health concerns have kept Johnson from reaching his full potential.
Going into his junior year, Johnson …….