Facing injuries at the safety position, the Eagles took advantage of their practice squad depth Tuesday by signing
In order to make room for Johnson on the roster, the Eagles released linebacker Emmanuel Acho.
At safety, rookie
"It’s going to hurt, but I know we have plenty of guys who are ready to step in, and (the front office) may call a couple guys up," Coleman said Tuesday. "If it’s their turn, they have to come in here, step into a role and perform."
Johnson is a former first-team All-Pac 12 player for the Sun Devils who ranked 11th in the nation with five interceptions as a senior.
Wolff, meanwhile, said that he expects to be on the field come Sunday night.
"I'm feeling pretty good," Wolff said Tuesday. "It's still not 100 (percent). It's still not 100, but it's close enough to where I can push it. Of course, it might be a little sore, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to go on Sunday.
"(A setback) would be the only reason I wouldn't play."
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