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Brad Johnson Net Worth

What Is Brad Johnson Worth?

Brad Johnson's Net Worth is $15 Million


In the 1992 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings drafted Johnson in the ninth round as the 227th general pick. As third-string quarterback behind starter Rich Gannon and reinforcement Sean Salisbury, Johnson dressed just for one amusement as a tenderfoot out of 1992 yet did not play. In 1993, Johnson kept on being the third-string quarterback for the initial 10 diversions of the season and was latent for the last six.


In 1994, Johnson moved toward becoming reinforcement to starter Warren Moon and played his first NFL normal season amusement in Week 3 (September 18). The Vikings prevailed upon 42-14 the Chicago Bears in that amusement, and Johnson finished 3 of 3 goes for 16 yards. Johnson would play in three more recreations in 1994. In Week 8 (October 30), a 36-13 prevail upon the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (a group Johnson would join five years after the fact), Johnson finished 5 of 5 goes for 30 yards. Johnson had his first huge playing time in Week 15 (December 17), a 41-19 misfortune to the Detroit Lions. In that amusement, Johnson finished 14 of 29 goes for 104 yards.


In the spring of 1995, Johnson joined the London Monarchs of the World League, an American football class situated in Europe. With London, Johnson finished 194 of 328 goes for 2,227 yards, 13 touchdowns, and 14 block attempts. Johnson had the most fruitions of all World League quarterbacks in 1995.


Johnson began eight of twelve diversions in 1996. Twice, Johnson earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week respects, and he completed third in the NFC with an 89.4 passer rating. In the season opener against the Detroit Lions on September 1, Johnson played in the second half after starter Warren Moon endured a lower leg damage in the midst of 5-for-14 passing.


Beginning the initial 12 amusements of 1997, Johnson drove Minnesota to an 8-4 record, including a six-diversion winning streak from September 28 (Week 5) to November 9 (Week 10), preceding enduring a season-finishing neck damage in Week 13. By Week 6, Johnson set a group record with 15 straight diversions with a touchdown pass.


Johnson began the initial two amusements of 1998 for the Vikings, the two triumphs. In the season opener, a 31-7 prevail upon Tampa Bay, Johnson tossed for 4 touchdowns and 1 capture attempt more than 189 yards and finished 15 of 25 passes.

Johnson positions 37th invocation passer rating in NFL history as of November 2011, presently tied with Matt Hasselbeck and Matt Cassell, yet better than legends as Troy Aikman and Warren Moon, who are 44th and 50th separately. Johnson went 72-53 as a starter and finished more than 60% of his goes for 13 straight seasons (1995– 2007), the principal quarterback in NFL history.

Johnson overshadowed the 3,000-yard passing imprint five times. In 1999, he turned out to be just the second Washington Redskins quarterback in establishment history to overshadow 4,000 yards. He had the best passer rating in the NFC in 2002 and he has earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week respects seven times in his profession. He has additionally broken practically every passer record at Tampa Bay. To date, Johnson is the main NFL quarterback to have tossed a touchdown go to himself. Against the Carolina Panthers in 1997, Johnson got his redirected pass, juked, and ran three yards for a touchdown.

Brad Johnson Biography

James Bradley “Brad” Johnson conceived September 13, 1968, in Marietta, Georgia. He is a previous American football quarterback. Johnson experienced childhood in Black Mountain, North Carolina. At Florida State University, Johnson initially played school ball before changing to football in his third year. The Minnesota Vikings drafted Johnson in the ninth round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He went through seven seasons with the Vikings and two seasons with the Washington Redskins before turning into the beginning quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2001. He drove the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl XXXVII title. He played for the Buccaneers for four seasons from 2001 to 2004, the Minnesota Vikings for two more seasons from 2005 to 2006, and the Dallas Cowboys where he played in 2007.

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