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Former LSU defensive lineman Anthony Johnson has signed with the New York Giants, according to NFL's Rand Getlin.

Johnson played at LSU from 2011-2013 and appeared in 40 games with 16 starts at defensive tackle. He finished his career at LSU with 77 tackles, 22 tackles for loss and 7 sacks.

The New Orleans native has spent time with Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins, and the New England Patriots.
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And if you don't believe me just take a look at the defensive line for Texas now. Who's the DL coach? Brick Haley, how is that working for them?
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He wasn't the "Freak" he needed to be because the DL coach at the time Brick Haley did a shite job of developing D lineman
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Glad "freak" declared early for the go undrafted. That senior year could have helped this kid tremendously. I bet he wishes he had that one back....
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There was nothing "Freak" about his play at LSU. He was a BUST as a player and I knew he wouldn't do shite in the NFL. He is a great practice squad blocking dummy but that's about it.
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Wasnt his nick name freak?
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