Chad was selected to Pro-Bowls from 2003-2006.
Chad was drafted in the 2nd round in the 2001 NFL draft.
Chad is 6'1".
Chad wears #85.
Johnson: They have to stop me one time. That's it. One time to bat a ball down within four quarters. That gets them a check in their box.
Johnson: Hello Jacksonville. I love you guys. Let's talk some trash.
Johnson: Tennessee is a very country-type state. Maybe I can practice on some type of country-western dance where they'll know what I'm doing.
Johnson: Everything had just turned around. He brought a system here that was going to help us succeed.
Johnson: Rookie or not, he is a good player. First-round pick, sixth player taken overall, there is a reason he was taken that high, because he is a ballplayer. There is no licking your chops. I've got to go out and play him the same way I would play any 10-year veteran.
Johnson: Our defense is playing ridiculous right now. As long as they play like that, we can put up 50 points if we want to.
Johnson: Just showing off my personality. Once I get in the end zone, that's all it is.
Johnson: You've got to have a big swagger, man. You've got to have a lot of confidence to do things that not a lot of people do — like myself, T.O., Moss. When you've got that confidence and swagger you're able to do it.
Johnson: You're out there on an island all by yourself. All eyes are on you. Everything is magnified. All mistakes are seen. It's you. It's the position now, the position to play.
Johnson: I've put myself out there on a limb and I've posed a challenge to every opponent I'm playing each week, ... They all understand it's all in fun. It's entertaining for the outside world. But for us, it's serious. It's work.
Johnson: We have to become creative. And we're going to do that, so I'm not even worried about it. I wouldn't want him to throw into double coverage. It wouldn't make any sense.
Johnson: It's like we're married. We have to grow. We have to do a lot of creative things because if this is what teams are going to do, then we have to find a way to get it done.
Johnson: Somebody's got to pay for that loss and somebody's got to pay for that double team last week. It's sure not going to be me, and it's not going to be us. Whoever is in the way of our goals, whoever is in the way of us getting that W, has to pay.
Johnson: Everybody has been in this locker room today, and it's only 1:30. Man, you would not have gotten that when I first got here.
Johnson: I've studied the Browns and they're a completely different team. Defensively, they're like a swarm of bees that's orange. They're flying all over the place.
Johnson: The dude called in and said that Marvin has brought a lot of class to the Bengals so why don't you be a class act and do a celebration like Isaac Curtis.
Johnson: It's going to get better. You haven't seen anything yet. Wait until you see what I do this Sunday.
Johnson: I don't know what it is about them, but they need to know this is a new era. The old times are gone and this is how it's going to be, so enjoy it.
Johnson: Some people are old-school and I'd rather not hear the negative things that they have to say about celebrations. Anyone who has anything positive and would like to see anything on Sundays, feel free to contact me.
Johnson: The quarterback is only going to be as good as the people who are surrounding him - linemen, receivers, running backs, ... Of course, Palmer has the physical tools and works hard.