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Diontae Johnson

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#18

Experience: 4 years

Height: 5-10

Age: 26

Weight: 183 lbs

College: Toledo

2022 SEASON

  • REC
    21
  • YDS
    196
  • AVG
    9.33
  • TDS
    0
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Recent Games

WKOPPRESULTRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
1@BengalsW 23 - 207557.925010
2PatriotsL 14 - 176579.5170
3@BrownsL 17 - 2988410.516000

Career Stats

WRTE Career

SEASONTEAMGGSRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
2019Pittsburgh Steelers16125968011.545544110.217052
2020Pittsburgh Steelers15138892310.547731559021
2021Pittsburgh Steelers1614107116110.850855310.625022
2022Pittsburgh Steelers33211969.325010
TOTAL5042275296010.55020121099.1250105

Biography

PRO CAREER

  • Named to the 2022 Pro Bowl
  • Has played in 47 games (39 starts) over his three-year NFL career (all with Steelers)
  • Has caught 254 passes for 2,764 yards and 20 TDs and rushed 12 times for 109 yards
  • Recorded five or more catches in 12 straight games, which is the second-longest active streak in the NFL and third-longest streak in franchise history
  • Led the NFL in punt-return average (12.4) in 2019, making him the fifth Steeler in franchise history to lead the League and first since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger
  • Ranked among the rookie leaders in 2019 in receptions (59, 1st), receiving yards (680, 6th) and TD grabs (5, t-7th)
  • Third Steelers rookie in franchise history with 50 or more receptions in a season (Troy Edwards, 61, 1999; JuJu Smith-Schuster, 58, 2017)
  • First rookie in franchise history with a punt return for a TD since Santonio Holmes (vs. Carolina on 12/17/06)
  • Fourth player in franchise history with a punt return for a TD and TD reception in the same game (Antonio Brown-3; Louis Lipps-2; Roy Jefferson), and first to do so since Antonio Brown (vs. Indianapolis 12/6/15)
  • Second rookie in franchise history with a punt return for a TD and TD reception in the same game and first to do so since Louis Lipps (at New Orleans 11/19/84)
  • Made NFL debut in Week 1 of 2019 (at New England)
  • Made NFL starting debut in Week 3 of 2019 (at San Francisco)
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