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LSU cornerback JK Johnson will be out indefinitely with a fracture in his lower leg, head coach Brian Kelly revealed on Wednesday. Per The Advocate:

Johnson, a redshirt sophomore, was seen at practice Monday with a cast on his lower left leg. He used a scooter to support himself and move around the field. Kelly did not specify the location of the injury.

“JK has a fracture,” Kelly said Wednesday while the team worked at the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. “That’s got to get set. That looks to be a long-term situation that he’s going to be out.”
Johnson is a former four-star recruit who transferred from Ohio State to LSU this offseason. He played in every game for Buckeyes last year, with five starts.
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Havoc10 months
Prayers for a quick recovery for JKJ.
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Roll on Tigers10 months
Man, that sucks for him. Wish he was healthy
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panzer10 months
Sorry for him
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jpainter617410 months
Shiitake mushrooms
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PsychTiger10 months
Not ideal. Hopefully he heals quickly.
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PureBlood10 months
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