Johnson becomes Rovers' Community Champion10 July 2020
Rovers midfielder Bradley Johnson has become Blackburn Rovers Community Trust PFA Community Champion.
Adrenaline will help us through12 June 2020
Bradley Johnson believes the fact football is returning will be enough to get Rovers through games, but admits a lack of atmosphere and supporters will take time getting used to.
Johnson reaches £25,000 mark!5 June 2020
Rovers midfielder Bradley Johnson has certainly played his part during the Coronavirus pandemic, with his fundraising page now passing the £25,000 mark.
Johnson pleased to be skipping class3 June 2020
Most people will tell you that they didn't like school when they were younger.
Johno: We're raring to go31 May 2020
Sporting a new look for the return to training, Bradley Johnson says the Rovers squad is ready to hit the ground running when a date is set for football to resume.
Use midweek frustration as weekend motivation27 February 2020
Bradley Johnson says Rovers have to use the frustration from Wednesday night as the extra incentive to beat Swansea City at Ewood Park.
Johno keen to keep repaying the faith13 February 2020
Back in the side, Bradley Johnson admits he's hoping to reward Tony Mowbray with more solid performances in the coming weeks and months.
We head to the capital in high spirits13 February 2020
As well as producing the nitty gritty on Tuesday night, there may be many out there that didn't realise Bradley Johnson assisted two of the three goals Rovers scored against Hull City that evening.