Keyshawn Johnson Net Worth & Full Bio (2021)

Keyshawn Johnson is an American football player who has retired from the game. He was a wide receiver in the National Football League for eleven seasons. As of 2021, The net worth of Keyshawn Johnson is estimated to be $20 Million.

Net Worth$20 Million
Annual Income$400K
ProfessionFootball Player
Last Updated2021

Keyshawn Johnson Wiki/Bio

Keyshawn Johnson Wiki & Bio

Keyshawn Johnson was born in LA, on July 22, 1972.

He gained All-American honours while playing collegiate football for the University of Southern California.

He played for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, and Carolina Panthers after being selected first overall in the 1996 NFL Draft. He is one of only three wide receivers to be selected first overall in NFL history.

After retiring from football after the 2006 season, he worked for ESPN for seven years as a television broadcaster.

Quick Bio
Real NameJoseph Keyshawn Johnson
Known asKeyshawn Johnson
Age49 years old
BirthplaceLos Angeles, California
Date of Birth22 July 1972
Birth SignCancer
CountryUnited States

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

The height of Keyshawn Johnson is 6 feet 3 inches, and the weight is 96 Kg or 211 lb. The eye color is Black, and the hair color is also Black.

Physical Stats
Height6 feet 3 inches
Weight96 Kg or 211 lb
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life, Family & Education

Keyshawn Johnson was born in LA, California, on 22nd July 1972 to Vivian Jessie (mother). Keyshawn father left him at a very early age.

Keyshawn started selling drugs when he was just a child because of his family financial condition. He got arrested when he was 8 years old because of selling drugs like marijuana. He was prisoned in a youth facility for 8 months.

Keyshawn Johnson Net Worth & Professional Career

Keyshawn Johnson Career
Keyshawn Johnson Net Worth & Professional Career

Johnson was picked by the New York Jets with the first overall pick in the 1996 NFL Draft. He was the first wide receiver to be taken with the first overall choice since the New England Patriots selected Irving Fryar with the first overall pick in 1984.

He was joining a squad at the time that had finished one game short of the Super Bowl the previous season. Johnson won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers in 2002, following the appointment of new head coach Jon Gruden, who succeeded Tony Dungy.

On March 19, 2004, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded him to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for Joey Galloway, whom the Cowboys acquired in exchange for two first-round draught picks.

Johnson played up to his early billing in 2004 with the Cowboys, leading the club in receiving yards and tying for the team lead in touchdown catches while assuming a leadership position in the locker room and on the field.

Johnson was released by the Cowboys on March 16, 2006, to make place for newly acquired receiver Terrell Owens.

Johnson signed a four-year, $14 million contract with the Carolina Panthers on March 23, 2006. He was guaranteed a five-million-dollar signing bonus as part of this. He was projected to serve as the number two receiver opposite Steve Smith.

Johnson announced his retirement from the NFL on May 23, 2007, after apparently declining offers from multiple teams, including the Tennessee Titans.

Jeff Fisher, the Titans’ head coach, became friends with Johnson during his time at USC and believes Johnson’s numbers and output speak for themselves: “He continued to play at a high-level last year.”

CBS4 Miami claimed on February 5, 2008, that Bill Parcells had contacted Johnson. Parcells reportedly assured him that he would find a place on the Miami Dolphins team if he came out of retirement.

Johnson concluded his career with 814 receptions, tying him for 17th all-time in the NFL with Henry Ellard. His 10,571 receiving yards rank 24th all-time in the NFL.

He became the first Buccaneers player to have consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons in 2001 and 2002, with 1,266 yards in 2001 and 1,098 yards in 2002. Johnson missed just three of a possible 145 career games due to injury – including playoffs.

As of 2021, Kwyshawn Johnson’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $20 Million.

Keyshawn Johnson Net Worth Growth in Last 3 Years

YearNet worth
Net Worth in 2021$20 Million
Net Worth in 2020$19 Million
Net Worth in 2019$17 Million

Favorites Quotes From Keyshawn Johnson

“The definition of swagger, in my opinion, is you have to have that arrogance, that confidence that you are the best out there at all times.”- Keyshawn Johnson Click To Tweet"I never really called people out. It was more along the lines of teasing a person. It started for me in fifth grade on the basketball court."Keyshawn Johnson Click To Tweet

Social Media Information

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