CBSSports.com "This offseason, Eagles tackle Lane Johnson wanted to crank it up a notch. He wanted to attack the offseason. So, he made the trek to Hollywood, where he began training at MMA Athletics. The program, founded by Randy Couture and Jay Glazer, did its job. It got Johnson in the best shape of his..." May 25
NFL.com "After leading the league in rushing last season, this year's Eagles have fizzled out on the ground behind a makeshift line that will turn to its tenth different blocker when Lane Johnson returns to the field on Sunday against the Rams. Back from his four-game suspension, last year's first-round..." October 01
League sources tell me Eagles starting RT Lane Johnson has tested positive for PEDs and will miss first 4 games.
CSN Philly "This is all new for him. Being an offensive tackle playing in the NFL going up against the best pass rushers in the game. And getting beat. That’s definitely new to Lane Johnson. Johnson the Eagles’ rookie first-round pick has come back down to Earth a bit the last couple weeks after an..." October 02
CSN Philly "Lane Johnson thought the Jags were trying to test the ol’ rook out. It happened during the third preseason game in the suffocating Southern humidity of Jacksonville. Johnson the Eagles’ rookie right tackle and No. 4 overall pick noticed defensive end Jason Babin striking his usual three-point..." September 08
CSN Philly "The book on Lane Johnson coming out of Oklahoma cited not only the offensive lineman’s boundless athleticism and promise but also his overall inexperience and unrefined technique. Some scouts felt the converted quarterback-tight end-defensive end lacked the sharpened mechanics worthy of being..." July 25
Philly.com "Lane Johnson was crouched in a stance opposite two rubber trash cans. One can was gray and the other yellow. They were substitutes for defensive players. The gray can was a defensive end and the yellow can - the outside linebacker - was being held by Jeff Stoutland. The gray can was going..." July 25
CSN Philly "The Eagles and first-round draft pick Lane Johnson agreed late Saturday night to terms on a four-year contract worth nearly $20 million, guaranteeing that Johnson won’t miss any practice time before reporting to training camp. Johnson, an offensive tackle from Oklahoma, was the fourth player..." July 21