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The free agent football player pleaded his innocence after getting hit with a battery charge last week.

Johnson was not at the hearing this morning, as his plea was entered in by his attorney, Adam Swickle. “We continue to work diligently on the case with the state attorney’s office, and we have been exchanging all evidence in the case,” Swickle told E! News. Swickle added that Johnson is “doing well, considering the circumstance,” and noted that “he always lands back on his feet.” A status conference has been scheduled for Oct. 31. (E! Online)

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