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Topic - D.J. Johnson
To Richard Crawford, it was so simple. Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan told him Friday he'd be replacing Brandon Banks on punt returns, so he got his mind right and prepared.
Cedric Griffin's four-game drug suspension has created an opportunity for some of the Washington Redskins' unproven cornerbacks to contribute to a possible postseason push.
"I'm a tall corner that can run," said Johnson, his one gold tooth gleaming. "That's what they're going to pay me to do."
"I felt like we were focused and ready, but it didn't happen, man. It didn't happen," Chiefs linebacker D.J. Johnson said. "We have to do much better. If we want to win this division and play like we did Monday night, we've got to be more consistent across the board."