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August 11, 2014 5:14 PM

Coverage ability gives James-Michael Johnson a chance to help Chiefs in passing situations

Former fourth-round NFL Draft pick James-Michael Johnson was waived by Cleveland after only one season, but his coverage ability has helped him ascend to the first team on the Kansas City Chiefs defense in passing situations — at least for now.

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