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Tervaris Johnson
RB #38
Height:
6-2
Weight:
248
College:
Miami (Fla.)
Hometown:
Opa Locka, FL
Experience:
2

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Biography

College: Played in 48 games with seven starts ... Began his career as a defensive back before moving to tight end for the 2008 season ... Saw extensive special teams duty.

College: Played in 48 games with seven starts ... Began his career as a defensive back before moving to tight end for the 2008 season ... Saw extensive special teams duty. 

2009: Saw action in 13 games with seven starts at tight end ... Recorded eight catches for 94 yards (11.8 avg.) with two TDs.

2008: Saw duty in 12 games ... Recorded two special teams stops ... Moved to tight end before the season.

2007: Played in 11 games on special teams with one appearance at cornerback.

2006: Competed in 12 games as a true freshman ... Saw defensive snaps in three games ... Missed one contest ... Undeclared major at Miami.

High School: A three-year starter at Monsignor Pace High School in Opa Locka, Florida ... Played multiple positions on offense and defense including receiver, tight end, safety, cornerback and linebacker ... Played at Carol City High School in Miami Gardens, Florida as a freshman before transferring.

Personal: Full name: Tervaris Lamar Johnson (pronounced tuh-VAR-is)... Single.

 

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