Johnson, who had been on Injured Reserve since Week 2, returned to practice this week, opening the 21-day window for the Steelers to decide whether to activate him. He was a full participant in practice all week.
Should he end up being activated and playing, his presence, combined with that of second-year pro George Picken's, would present the Rams' secondary with another difficult duo to defend. Minimizing Pickens' impact alone would go a long way toward winning, but it will obviously take more from the Rams' defensive backs if Johnson is also available.
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