Watch: Cardinals’ using behind David Johnson jumps OUT of pool

February 12, 2017 - running watch

(NEXSTAR MEDIA) — We are used to saying athletes do a inconceivable out on a margin — or justice or ice or lane or whatever. But interjection to amicable media, infrequently we are propitious adequate to see some truly crazy things behind a scenes.

Everyone has their favorite feat, though Arizona Cardinals using behind David Johnson might have only surfaced it.

That’s Johnson jumping OUT of a pool. The video doesn’t contend how low it is, though Johnson is listed as 6-foot-1 by a Cardinals and a H2O is some-more than half approach adult his thigh.

The crazy part? Johnson achieved a attainment during a rehab session! Johnson suffered a sprained MCL during a Cardinals’ regular-season culmination on Jan. 1. Six weeks later, he can burst out of a pool.

Johnson’s twitter says, “Progress going great!”

Yeah, I’d contend so.

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