courtesy of David Harrison
The former Jaguars running back came to the Bucs expected to be a contender for the third spot on the depth chart going up against Mike James.
In the first half of the pre-season though it appears he’s fallen behind James and undrafted rookie Peyton Barber.
In two games Johnson has 11 carries for 35 yards and a touchdown while Barber had 11 for 40 yards against Jacksonville alone.
Barber’s first game of the pre-season was less than impressive but the fact he got on the field well before the second-year back is sign enough he’s on the edge and running out of time.
With the first round of cuts coming up next week Storm will need to have a breakout showing with whatever opportunity he gets this week in order to keep himself in the hunt for a final spot once September comes around.