Former Patriots Super Bowl Champion Dies at 50

The death of former Super Bowl champion Charles Johnson shocked the entire NFL world. We don’t have much information about the cause of his death. Former and current NFL players sent their thoughts and prayers to the Johnson family. It’s a terrible loss for Johnson’s friends and family

Johnson joined the NFL in 1994. The Pittsburgh Steelers selected him in the first round of the NFL Draft. He spent nine years in the NFL, splitting his time between the Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills. Football is a rough game and Johnson called it career after the 2002 season as a Buffalo Bills player.

NFL players remember the greatness of the former Patriots champion

During his short stint with the Patriots, Johnson saw action in 14 games and had two starts. In his lone season with the Patriots, he delivered 14 receptions for 111 yards and one touchdown. His best season? It was 1996. In his career season, Johnson delivered 60 receptions for 1,008 yards and three touchdowns. Johnson’s performance with the Steelers helped them make the divisional round of the AFC Playoffs, but the Patriots blasted them.

Johnson made a huge impact on football. He continued working as an assistant athletic director at Heritage School in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Numerous players shared their emotional messages following Johnson’s death. Former Patriots wide receiver Drew Bledsoe took to Twitter to deliver his kind words for his former buddy. Former Patriots safety Lawyer Milloy couldn’t hide his sadness. He showed his support for the Johnson family.

Johnson was a great person and pretty much everyone had kind words for him. His legacy will live forever. His former teammates, rivals, and students will remember his great personality and professionalism.

Some even shared highlight videos of Johnson’s most exciting performances. In one particular video, Johnson grabbed a ball from Kordell Stewart for a score. It was brilliant! One can’t ignore this greatness.

The Steelers shared a tribute to their former player.

The Patriots shared a video of Tom Brady connecting with Johnson for a touchdown in the game against the New Orleans Saints.