Former Boise State safety Jeron Johnson has been out of work since September 2nd, after being cut by the Kansas City Cheifs. He originally signed with the Chiefs in April after his short stint with the Washington Redskins.
According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Jeron “Show Off” Johnson has been re-signed to his first team he played on when he entered the league in 2011. He spent the next few years in Seattle before making the move to Washington D.C. in 2015.
During his time in Seattle, he was a member of the team that won Super Bowl back in 2014.
After Seahawks safety Earl Thomas went down to a season-ending injury last weekend, Jeron seemed to be the natural fit to fill the void, and Jeron couldn’t be happier as he expressed his excitement of returning back ‘home’.
— Jeron Johnson (@Jus_Showoff) December 6, 2016
Johnson has a total of 70 tackles, and 1 forced fumble in his NFL career.
The Seahawks have four games remaining in the season against Green Bay, St. Louis, Arizona, and San Francisco.