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  2. Larry Johnson (running back) - Wikipedia

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    Larry Alphonso Johnson Jr. (born November 19, 1979) is a former American football National Football League (NFL) running back. He played college football for Penn State University , and was a unanimous All-American .

  3. David Johnson (running back) - Wikipedia

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    Johnson attended Clinton High School in Clinton, Iowa, where he was a three-sport star in football, track, and basketball. He played as a running back and defensive back for the River Kings high school football touchdowns 2010 Shrine Bowl All-Star Game, where he showed excellent vision and speed. Academically, Johnson maintained over a 3.0 GPA ...

  4. Larry Johnson - Wikipedia

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    Larry Johnson (baseball) (1950–2013), American baseball player; Larry Johnson (wrestler), American professional wrestler, best known as Sonny King; American football. Larry Johnson (running back) (born 1979), American football running back; Larry Johnson (linebacker) (1909–1972), American football linebacker

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  10. Ron Johnson (running back) - Wikipedia

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    Johnson gained 156 yards on 32 carries in two games during the 1971 season. Johnson returned to his pre-injury form during the 1972 NFL season. He led the NFL with a career-high 298 carries and gained 1,182 rushing yards, third best in the NFL behind O. J. Simpson and Larry Brown. He also gained 451 receiving yards on 45 catches.

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