Bruce Arians didn't specify the injury but made mention of Justin Watson and Scott Miller looking good and playing well. The slot WR3 role is completely up in the air and there was a lot of excitement surrounding the selection of Johnson, a fifth round pick out of Minnesota. With Tom Brady under center, the slot role could see very material production and dynasty leaguers would love to see Johnson earn that role. There's still a lot of time before kick off of 2020 and Johnson is clearly behind, but if he can get into camp soon, he'll have every opportunity to close the gap and win the job. Tyler Johnson is DLF's WR78 and rookie WR18.