CHICAGO--Maryland senior cornerback Jeremiah Johnson dealt with several injuries last season that kept him off the field nearly the entire year. Now, the senior corner is healthy and ready to lead the Terps' secondary into uncharted territory in their new conference. Johnson discussed his health, the depth of the secondary, expectations, personnel and more with Scout.com at Big Ten Media Day in the video below.
B1G Media Day: 1-on-1 w/ Jeremiah Johnson
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