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  2. Larry Johnson (running back) - Wikipedia

    As a result of the extension, Johnson was the highest-paid running back in the NFL based on average salary per year. His new contract covered six years and was to pay him $45 million, with $19 million in guaranteed money—the biggest contract in Chiefs history.

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  3. Larry Johnson Stats, News, Bio | ESPN

    Johnson. Running Back. Birthdate. 11/19/1979. College. Penn State. Draft Info. 2003: Rd 1, Pk 27 (KC) Birthplace.

  4. Larry Johnson -

    Larry Alphonso Johnson Jr. Position: RB Throws: Right 6-1 , 235lb (185cm, 106kg) Born: November 19 in State College, PA (Age: 43-113d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info 2x Pro Bowl 1x All-Pro 34 27 27 27 23 SUMMARY Career G 85 AV 56 Rush 1427 Yds 6223 Y/A 4.4 TD 55 FantPt 1113.8 Larry Johnson Overview Game Logs Career Postseason 2003 2004 2005

  5. Larry Johnson Was a Dominant (& Controversial) Running Back ...

    We're talking about his son, Larry Johnson, who was a dominant running back for the Kansas City Chiefs during the early 2000s. During his NFL career and after he retired, it's been a bleak story for him. As a football player, Johnson was great. Off the field, things have been a very different story.

  6. Larry Johnson Stats | The Football Database

    Larry Johnson. Position: RB. Height: 6-1 Weight: 230. Birthdate: November 19, 1979. College: Penn State. Draft: Selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1st round (27th overall) of the 2003 NFL Draft. Stats Gamelogs Splits 100-Yard Rushing 100-Yard Receiving.

  7. Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson grateful for the 'new heart ...

    Johnson rushed for 2,087 yards in his final season at Penn State, prompting the Kansas City Chiefs to take him in the first round of the 2003 draft. He played seven seasons in Kansas City and set an NFL record with 416 carries in 2006. Johnson finished with more than 1,700 rushing yards in 2005 and 2006, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl both seasons.

  8. Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson Shedding Poor Image With 'New ...

    Larry Johnson played four years of college football at Penn State but didn’t explode onto the scene until his senior year. After three seasons of averaging 288 yards per season in his first three years, Johnson rewrote the Penn State record books in a senior year in which he rushed for 2,087 yards and 20 touchdowns.

  9. 3 Greatest Running Backs in Chiefs History - The Duel

    Larry Johnson had huge shoes to fill when he took over as the Chiefs' lead back, but he stepped in a huge way. A first-team All-Pro in 2006 and two-time Pro Bowler, Johnson's peak was short, but included back-to-back seasons with at least 1,700 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns. His 6,015 rushing yards still rank third in franchise history. 2.

  10. Johnson ordered away from Chiefs during probe of his remarks

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Running back Larry Johnson issued his second apology in a 12-month span Tuesday and was told to stay away from the Chiefs while the NFL and the team complete their ...

  11. Disgruntled RB Larry Johnson suspended by Kansas City Chiefs

    Johnson was one of the best running backs in the NFL in 2005 and '06, running for more than 1,700 yards each season and earning Pro Bowl honors. But this season, like the Chiefs, he has struggled.

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