He was with the club this afternoon and reiterated that he wasn't overly concerned about it.
Working as the starter while
“It will either be Tate or DJ," Kubiak said. "One or the other.”
"I’m going to watch him practice in the morning," Kubiak said. "He’ll be back on the field in the morning with all the indications I have and we’ll go from there.”
Johnson set Southeastern Conference records for kickoff returns (119) and yards (2,784) during his time as an Arkansas Razorback. He averaged 5.9 yards per carry and finished his collegiate career with 20 total touchdowns. 13 of those scores came on the ground and another three came via kickoff returns.
Meanwhile, Kubiak was asked again about his plans for the quarterbacks' playing time against Minnesota. While he hasn't set his plans definitively, he elaborated on what he expects to do against the Vikings.
"My protocol has been play our starters for a little bit, for a series or two," Kubiak said. "Then to play our two’s for a good quarter-and-a-half and then play our three’s in the last quarter or quarter-and-a-half depending on how that goes."