Bad move, IMO. He's a headache, and his performance doesn't warrant the trouble. They must be REAL desperate to sell tickets (a troubled spot last year) and find a #2 receiver to compliment Jimmy Smith (Kevin Johnson anyone?)
#3 Posted on 21.1.04 2143.32 Reposted on: 21.1.11 2145.07
I mean Keyshawn is good and all, but he's not in the Marvin Harrison or Randy Moss league. He's more trouble than he's worth. I loved it when the Bucs said "Fuck you, we're deactivating your whiny ass."
#5 Posted on 22.1.04 0851.27 Reposted on: 22.1.11 0853.34
I believe this is all money related, since Florida doesnt have state income tax (If I am correct, that is what I remember hearing) so any contract he could score would save him cash. Same goes if he played in Texas, and him and Parcells seemed to be able to function together.
#6 Posted on 22.1.04 1535.01 Reposted on: 22.1.11 1535.04
Originally posted by StaggerLeeI believe this is all money related, since Florida doesnt have state income tax (If I am correct, that is what I remember hearing) so any contract he could score would save him cash. Same goes if he played in Texas, and him and Parcells seemed to be able to function together.
That's true. Keyshawn has arguably his best years(performance and behavior-wise) with the Jets under Parcells. Dallas already has 3 good receivers (and a QB that can't get the ball to them),so it might not be a good place for him to go if he's looking for playing time and touches.
#7 Posted on 23.1.04 0155.33 Reposted on: 23.1.11 0156.35
A motivated Keyshawn Johnson is more talented than any of the three receivers Dallas currently has. That's assuming that playing for Tuna would motivate him to not be a jackoff. If he goes to Jacksonville, I see people looking back on his career as "what if" as opposed to if he goes to Dallas where they might say "why didn't he play this well in Tampa?" Unfortunately, it doesn't seem that Dallas is interested in him enough to fork over a huge paychecheck. And with him, it's always been about "give me the damn money."
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#8 Posted on 23.1.04 0415.22 Reposted on: 23.1.11 0418.49
Oh no they stole his BLING BLING!Click Here (foxreno.com)
-BERKELEY -- Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson got more than a haircut when he went to a Berkeley barbershop Wednesday, police said.
Berkeley police spokesman Kevin Schofield said Johnson, 31, had stepped outside a barbershop in the 2900 block of Sacramento Street about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday after getting a haircut and was talking on his cell phone when he was confronted by two men armed with either a shotgun or a rifle, Berkeley police spokesman Kevin Schofield said.
The suspects demanded Johnson's belongings, so the football star gave them a small amount of jewelry and an undisclosed amount of cash, Schofield said.-
Well Keyshawn was stealing T-Bay's money all year HA... Oh of course I will never condone robbery