Running back Dominique Johnson returns for Arkansas football versus Texas A&M

ARLINGTON, Texas — Arkansas mentor Sam Pittman expressed running back Dominique Johnson had been cleared to play for around three weeks.

 However that it would depend on Johnson when he got back from injury.

Johnson pursued his choice and entered the game late in the principal quarter against Texas A&M on Saturday.

Johnson has been recuperating from a knee injury he endured during the Outback Bowl in January.

He was one of Arkansas' top running backs last season with 575 hurrying yards and seven scores.

The lesser rehearsed without a green no-contact pullover without precedent for the lead-up to Arkansas' down against South Carolina, yet he didn't show up in Arkansas' Week 2 or 3 games.

In Johnson's nonattendance, sophomore Raheim "Rocket" Sanders has been getting the vast majority of the work at running back.

Mentor Sam Pittman proclaimed him the group's component back in preseason practice and said in any event, when Johnson returned, the two would both be considered thusly.

With Sanders and Johnson both in the blend, in addition to quarterback KJ Jefferson, Arkansas has three of its main four driving rushers from last season back for more in 2022.