San Diego Chargers linebacker Jarret Johnson called it a career back in February.
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The dude still had it in 2014, though, as evidenced by this awesome hit on Geno Smith.
After 12 years in the NFL, Jarret Johnson has decided to retire. The linebacker has spent the past three seasons playing in San Diego however he will mostly be remembered for his first nine years spent as a Baltimore Raven.Johnson was a fourth-round pick in the 2003 NFL Draft. Though it was not expected for him to be called upon early, he did contribute by playing in 15 games his...
Chargers LB Jarret Johnson announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson.
Johnson had said after the 2014 season that retirement was an option for him, so this isn’t a complete shock.
“I’m not a spring chicken,” Johnson said back in January, via the Union-Tribune San Diego. “I’m going to go home and evaluate where I’m at. Obviously, what...
Geno Smith may need a body transplant after this vicious Jarret Johnson hit. Here's video of the crushing blow from the Chargers linebacker.
SAN DIEGO (AP) Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is inactive for Sunday's game against Seattle to be with his wife, who was in labor.
Also missing the game is cornerback Brandon Flowers, who has a groin injury.
Rookie cornerback Jason Verrett, the team's first-round draft pick, is expected to start for Flowers while Tourek Williams is expected to start for Johnson.
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September 14, 2014
Heading into the 2014 season, the San Diego Chargers are looking to build upon a surprising entrance into the postseason a year ago, their first since the 2008-09 season. With a young and talented roster, major decisions need to be made going forward about most of the positions on the roster. Training camp and the preseason begin the weeding out process. So without further ado, here...
Jarret Johnson has restructured his contract saving the team $1 million in cap space. Wheelin’ and Dealin’ Tom Telesco is at it again. He keeps one of his veteran leaders — and at position with question marks (Dwight Freeney and Melvin Ingram) — Johnson brings reliability and proven efficacy. I imagine, on the eve of the official start of free agency, this move was made in...
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Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports
As this series continues it is beginning to seem that the Chargers essentially need a complete rebuild on the defensive side of the ball. I’ve said it before, that they have key pieces and potential. They can put up points in a hurry and turn any game into a potential shootout. But wouldn’t they rather...