UCLA Football Injury Report: Mossi Johnson Done For The Season


Sophomore WR Mossi Johnson is just the latest in a string of players with season-ending injuries for the UCLA Football team.

The hits literally keep on coming for the UCLA football team as wide receiver Mossi Johnson adds to the ever-growing list of Bruins that are not only injured, but are done for the season. UCLA may be deep with talent, but that talent is being stretched thin with all these injuries.

Bruin Report Online had report the news mid-day Saturday and stated that Johnson suffered an ACL tear. Johnson had been  primarily used as a wide receiver but had seen some time as a defensive back.

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This season, Johnson played in four games and had 8 receptions for 41 yards.

That seems to be the way it’s going for UCLA football this season as a converted player who’s helping out with injuries on the defensive side of the ball, gets knocked out for the season himself. Now the Bruins are without one of their prominent receivers and a back-up defensive player.

In total that is four Bruins who are out for the season with injuries. On top of that, Bruin linebacker Jayon Brown and defensive back Marcus Rios are also out for the time being.

Here is the current list of players that are on UCLA’s injured list:

Eddie Vanderdoes (knee, ACL tear) – Status: out for season

Fabian Moreau (foot, Lisfranc injury) – Status: out for season

Myles Jack (knee, torn meniscus) – Status: out for season

Jayon Brown (back) – Status: unknown

Marcus Rios (sinus) – Status: unknown

Mossi Johnson (knee, ACL tear) – Status: out for season

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