Just when you thought that
Meshawn Keyshawn Johnson was living the post-football life, you find out something quite the opposite; according to Miami television station WFOR, Miami Dolphins Vice President of Football Operations Bill Parcells has informed the former NFL wide receiver that if he “un-retires”, he can have a job with the Dolphins.
Johnson worked with Parcells at ESPN in 2007 as a football analyst after being waived by the Carolina Panthers before the 2007 season; prior to his stint with Carolina, he played for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys. In 11 seasons, Johnson caught 814 passes for 10,571 yards and 64 touchdowns; he also made 3 Pro Bowls. First things first – Bill, inviting Keyshawn back is a bad idea. He’s a year removed from the game and I do not see what positives that he can offer the team. While it is true the Dolphins need WR help (they recently cut Marty Booker), they can do better than bringing Johnson into training camp. That’s what the NFL draft was designed for. Bottom line – Tuna better lose his mancrush on Keyshawn real quick.