Swinney updates injury status of Jadar Johnson

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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney spoke with the media on Sunday evening for his weekly teleconference and shared the following injury news on starting safety Jadar Johnson.

"He had a little calf strain and we will evaluate him further tomorrow," Swinney said.

Johnson had a tackle and an early interception before leaving the game with the injury against Florida State.

He has 28 tackles, six pass deflections, and four interceptions on the season.

Swinney also said that defensive backs Trayvon Mullen and Marcus Edmund were a little banged up. "None [injuries] seem to be very serious. We will re-evaluate them tomorrow and expect all of them be ready to go."

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