THOMAS JOHNSON RUMORS

Report: Wife of jogger allegedly slain by WR found dead

The wife a jogger allegedly killed in a random attack by former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson was found dead on Monday of an apparent suicide, according to reports out of Dallas.Auhtorities responding to a welfare check on Patti Stevens reportedly found her dead of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning in the garage, according to the Dallas Morning News.Her husband, Dave...
Via Fox Sports
October 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Texas A&M Player Admits To Murder; N.Y. Post Uses Ridiculous Headline

A sad story came out of Dallas on Tuesday, after a former Texas A&M wide receiver admitted to randomly murdering a jogger, but the New York Post didn’t waste any time being insensitive. According to The Associated Press, 21-year-old Thomas Johnson called 911 after he killed the man with a “large-edged weapon” early Monday and is being held without bail. Johnson played...
Via NESN.com
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Post Under Scrutiny For Ridiculous Article Title

It’s become common practice for online publications to beef up article titles in an attempt to lure in readers. What you’ll see below is a little beyond the realm of what’s considered acceptable, however. Monday, reports surfaced that former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson – who played for the Aggies for one year – had admitted to murdering a man in Dallas on...
Via College Spun
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Texas A&M receiver allegedly hacks random jogger to death

According to Dallas police, former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson murdered a male jogger with a “large edged weapon” Monday morning. The motive for the attack remains unknown. Dallas Police Deputy Chief Rob Sherwin said about the attack, “It appears Mr. Johnson selected his victim at random… It’s very unusual. It’s quite shocking.” So far the victim has...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Cops: One of Manziel's receivers at A&M admits to killing man

  Police say former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson has admitted to randomly attacking and killing a man on a Dallas jogging trail. Dallas police Deputy Chief Rob Sherwin says Johnson admitted to killing the jogger with a "large-edged weapon" in a random act of rage on the White Rock Creek Trail early Monday. Johnson was arrested after calling 911 from a nearby equestrian...
Via Associated Press
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-A&M football player suspected in Dallas jogger killing

DALLAS (AP) Police say former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson has admitted to randomly attacking and killing a man on a Dallas jogging trail. Dallas police Deputy Chief Rob Sherwin says Johnson admitted to killing the jogger with a ''large-edged weapon'' in a random act of rage on the White Rock Creek Trail early Monday. Johnson was arrested after calling 911 from a nearby...
Via Associated Press
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss
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