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According to TMZ, former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson has been seen DJing at a strip club in Miami called Tootsie’s Cabaret. Multiple TMZ strip club sources … yeah, we got those (a lot of those) … tell us Johnson has been spotted manning the DJ booth at Tootsie’s Cabaret in Miami several times this year. We’re told Johnson isn’t the main DJ — but every now and then, he’ll take over the booth for a quick guest set … and the crowd loves it. For the record, Tootsie’s is HUGE with pro athletes … like Aaron Hernandez who allegedly shot his friend in the face after patronizing the club back in February. I guess Johnson found something he enjoys now that his NFL career is over. [ The Sports Kings ] Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is a DJ at a strip club appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Kansas City (4-0) will be playing against a Tennessee (3-1) team that lost their starting quarterback last week.
The Chiefs and Titans game will air on CBS beginning at 1:00 pm ET from LP Field in Nashville, TN.
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