Jakob Johnson has found his new team: The German Fullback agreed on Wednesday with the Las Vegas Raiders on a one-year contract.
Johnson, who had landed the NFL International Pathway Program at the New England Patriots, made the leap in the squad and had played for the patriots since 2019.
He graduated in the past season 323 Snaps for the Patriot open, after completing 374 open-Snaps in 2020. He also used regularly in the Special Team.
The Patriots decided after the past season, however, on the other hand, Johnson to give a new contract and so he came to the market as a free agent. The Raiders on the other side had also launched their Fullback Alec Ingold, Ingold immediately agreed with the Miami Dolphins immediately before. This cleared the way for Johnson to Las Vegas, the two changes were announced within a few minutes.
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At the Raiders, the Stuttgart meets an old acquaintance: The new Head Coach in Las Vegas is Josh McDaniel, who previously worked as an offensive coordinator in New England.