Duke Johnson returns to practice

Browns running back Duke Johnson returned to practice this weekend after missing two weeks with a hamstring injury. The team was extra cautious with his and still is. Nonetheless, he's nearing a full return, even if head coach Mike Pettine insists they're going to ease him back. "(Johnson) was just jogging around," Pettine said. "We'll take it easy with him."

The sky is the limit for the Miami Hurricane's all-time leading rusher. His upside is Jamaal Charles. Johnson has big-play ability, natural pass-catching abilities and is better between the tackles than he gets credit for. He's currently being drafted as the RB40. There is no doubt that he has the ability to outperform his ADP. He just needs to stay healthy and earn his playing time.

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