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He retired from football following the 2006 season, and spent seven years as a television broadcaster for the sports channel ESPN. Keyshawn Johnson was a contestant on the 17th season of Dancing with the Stars, in which he was the first contestant eliminated.Super Bowl champion and three-time Pro Bowl receiver Keyshawn Johnson is an NFL analyst on ESPN’s marquee, weekday football studio show NFL Live. Johnson also co-hosts ESPN Radio’s weekday morning show, Keyshawn, JWill & Max with Jay Williams and Max Kellerman. The show – which airs from 6-10 a.m. ET – is also simulcast on ESPN2 (6-8 a.m.) and ESPNEWS (6-10 a.m.). Johnson also regularly appears on Get Up, First Take and other TV and radio studio programming across the network.
Max Kellerman weighs in on Baker Mayfield needing to learn from the loss against Kansas City in order to keep growing and Pro Football HOF Bill Parcells joins the show to discuss the pressures that Daniel Jones has to deal with as the Giants starting QB, the challenges that young QBs have to face and if he thinks Justin Fields is a good fit in Chicago. (Source: www.espn.com)
His all-around game has earned him selection to the Pro Bowl three times – 1998 and 1999 with the N.Y. Jets and 2001 with Tampa Bay. Johnson finished his career with 814 receptions, tying him at 17th all-time with Henry Ellard for career NFL receptions. His 10,571 yards receiving is the 24th highest total in NFL history. In reaching the 600 career receptions plateau in 118 games, he tied Herman Moore for the second fewest number of games needed in NFL history to reach that mark, and he became one of only three players in league history (Moore and Marvin Harrison) to reach 600 receptions in fewer than 120 games. He caught 512 passes in his first 100 games to rank as the fourth most receptions in a player's first 100 games. The other three are: Marvin Harrison (591), Sterling Sharpe (524) and Lionel Taylor (516).
Not everyone rushed to defend Gruden, however. Notably, wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson — who made the Pro Bowl and won a Super Bowl under Gruden with the Buccaneers in 2001 and 2002, respectively — put his former coach on blast.