Let's see--he's not here because of anything he's shown on the field for the past few years. It must be because he's the kind of proven, classy leader you want in your locker room.
"Johnson has had more than his share of off-the-field troubles. He lost his job in Kansas City after he was suspended twice within a 12-month period, following remarks he made on Twitter about Chiefs' coaches and gay slurs he used to members of the media."
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