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He was the record holder in receiving yards, receptions and touchdowns at the end of his senior season at Destrehan High School.
In 2008, Johnson was named to the All-Conference USA second-team as a kick returner and All-Conference USA honorable mention as a wide receiver. The Sporting News named him a first-team freshman All-American, Rivals.com named him a first-team freshman All-American as an all-purpose player and Phil Steele's College Football magazine named him a second-team freshman All-American kick returner. On December 24, 2010, in the Hawaii Bowl game, Johnson broke the NCAA record for all purpose yardage with 326 in a 62–35 win for Tulsa. He is also the NCAA leader in kick return yards for a career and total yards gained for a career.
Johnson was suspended indefinitely on August 25, 2011, following questions about his role in his girlfriend's arrest for felony embezzlement. Johnson's girlfriend, Chamon Jones, was accused of ringing up $2,610 worth of merchandise over the course of two purchases at the Tulsa Macy's she worked at, but only charging Johnson just over $13 in total. Johnson was initially questioned and released, but on August 31 Johnson was also charged with felony embezzlement by the Tulsa County District Attorney's office. In October 2011, Johnson pleaded guilty to the charge and received a deferred sentence.
Johnson was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent on April 29, 2012. It was announced on August 31, 2012 that Johnson made the roster. On Friday, September 21, it was announced that Johnson would start along with DeSean Jackson against the Arizona Cardinals, replacing the injured Jeremy Maclin. Johnson performed respectably, catching five passes for 84 yards in the 27-6 loss, but he returned to the bench when Maclin returned. On Sunday, December 2, 2012, during Sunday Night Football, he returned a 98-yard punt for a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys, which is tied for the third longest punt return in NFL history. He was released by the Eagles on August 30, 2014 and picked up by the Houston Texans.
On September 21, 2014, Johnson caught a 44-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick for his first career touchdown. Johnson played in all 16 games for the Texans in 2014. The Texans waived him at the end of preseason in September 2015.
Johnson was signed by the New England Patriots on December 1, 2015. He played one game against his former team, the Eagles, where he had one run for six yards. He was later released by the team on December 16, 2015.
On December 17, 2015, the Tennessee Titans claimed Johnson off of waivers. On May 9, 2016, he was released from the team.
On July 24, 2016, the BC Lions signed Johnson to their practice roster, but was released on August 9, 2016.
Damaris's was raised by his Lori Johnson, a single mother.
Currently, Damaris Johnson is 31 years old. Damaris Johnson will celebrate 32nd birthday on Monday, November 22, 2021. Below we countdown to Damaris Johnson upcoming birthday.