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Keyshawn Johnson wiki, stats, net worth, height, weight, contract trades, and draft

Keyshawn Johnson wiki, stats, net worth, height, weight, contract trades, and draft

Keyshawn Johnson wiki, stats, net worth, height, weight, contract trades, and draft. ESPN's Keyshawn Johnson-led show ready to prove critics wrong

Keyshawn Johnson wiki : J Keyshawn Johnson was born on July 22nd, 1972. His birthplace was Los Angeles, California.

Keyshawn is a renowned American former professional football player. 

He remained a wide receiver for National Football League (NFL). Johnson played for eleven seasons.

Initially, he attended Palisades High School for his sophomore and junior years. Later he was in Susan Miller Dorsey High School in Los Angeles. There he played high school football for the Dorsey Dons his senior year. 

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After this, he played college football for the University of Southern California. During this period, he earned All-American honors.

He got selected first overall in the 1996 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. Later he played professionally for the:

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Dallas Cowboys 
  • Carolina Panthers. 

He was among the three wide receivers who were taken, first overall in NFL draft history.

In 2006 he retired from football. For the next seven years, we saw him as a television broadcaster for the sports channel ESPN. 


Receiving yards:10,571
Receiving average:13
Receiving touchdowns:64

Personal Life, Wife, and Children of Keyshawn Johnson:

He was one of six siblings. His mother Vivian Jessie raised all her children after the death of his husband. Keyshawn Johnson was married to Shikiri Hightower. The wedding happened in 1998. Afterward, the couple got blessed with two children. 

Keyshawn Johnson: Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Parents, Career, Net Worth

They named them Keyshawn Johnson and Maia Johnson. Both filed for divorce after four years of marriage, in 2005. Later Jhonson was in a relationship with tennis star Serena Williams for 1 year (2002 to 2003).

His lady luck was good, and finally, he wedded Jennifer Conrad in August 2014.

 Later this couple welcomed a baby together, London Johnson. Based on many reports, the wedding with Jennifer happened as she got pregnant before marriage.

 TV Career of Keyshawn Johnson:

In addition to his football career, Keyshawn Johnson enjoyed an excellent TV profession. Since the 2007 season, he remained part of the group of NFL telecasters for ESPN. The shows which were exhibited by him include:

· The Sunday NFL Countdown 

· The Monday Night Countdown.

In 2013, he was declared as one of the competitors in the 7th period of Dancing with the Stars. It was with the proficient artist Sharna Burgess. He remained the principal VIP who got voted from the show on 23 September.

Keyshawn later examined this game on the shows on ESPN. The remarkable one was the Who’s Now games. The ESPN agreement ended in 2015.

Keyshawn remained the producer for Rome Is Burning in 2003. 

Other shows that were produced by him are:

  •  Super Bowl XXVII 
  • NFL Monday Night Football.

The Net Worth of Keyshawn:

  • The reported Keyshawn Johnson’s total assets are $70 million
  • In 1996, as a quarterback drafted by the New York Jets, he earned a $15 million deal.
  • He later got traded to the Tampa Bay Bucs for an 8-year contract amounting to $56 million 
  • In 2006, he entered a 4-year contract amounting to $14 million.
  • He earned hefty from various other endorsements
  • After selling his Calabasas estate to Kourtney Kardashian he earned $8.495 million.

Physical attributes of Keyshawn: 

  • Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
  • Weight: 211 lb (96 kg) 

Career History of Keyshawn Johnson:

Career history
New York Jets (1996–1999)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2000–2003)
Dallas Cowboys (2004–2005)
Carolina Panthers (2006)

Awards and Recognitions of Keyshawn Johnson:

Awards and Achievements
Super Bowl champion (XXXVII)
3× Pro Bowl (1998, 1999, 2001)
Pop Warner Trophy (1995)
Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year (1995)
Unanimous All-American (1995)
2× First-team All-Pac-10 (1994, 1995)

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