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VAUGHT: Is it time to move Johnson to DE?

It's time for Micah Johnson to walk the walk and stop just the talk. Johnson came to Kentucky as Rich Brooks' most highly touted recruit last year. While he started games early in the season and played all year, he was never a big-play producer. Unless something changes, he won't be this year, either.

He's not going to beat out Braxton Kelley for the starting job at middle linebacker. Kelley is more experienced, has better instincts, practices harder and plays more reckless. Johnson has lost weight to help his quickness. He's down to about 250 pounds and looks more like a linebacker. However, he missed part of spring practice for academic...

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