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Throwback: Keyshawn Johnson Buccaneers Highlights
Throwback: Keyshawn Johnson Buccaneers Highlights
Published: 2017/04/17
Channel: Liam Mitchell
Keyshawn Johnson PULLS Son from Nebraska Football Team for Smoking Weed
Keyshawn Johnson PULLS Son from Nebraska Football Team for Smoking Weed
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: The Fumble
Marcellus vs. Keyshawn: #MarKey Race | SportsCenter | ESPN
Marcellus vs. Keyshawn: #MarKey Race | SportsCenter | ESPN
Published: 2017/08/25
Channel: ESPN
NFL Legend Keyshawn Johnson KNOCKS UP Side Chick While Married
NFL Legend Keyshawn Johnson KNOCKS UP Side Chick While Married
Published: 2017/09/21
Channel: The Fumble
Bucs Warren Sapp does not respect Keyshawn Johnson
Bucs Warren Sapp does not respect Keyshawn Johnson
Published: 2012/01/16
Channel: SayaBencong
Keyshawn Johnson UNLOADS -- Justin Bieber Is a Trickster Coward | TMZ
Keyshawn Johnson UNLOADS -- Justin Bieber Is a Trickster Coward | TMZ
Published: 2013/05/31
Channel: TMZ
Chad Johnson Says Keyshawn Johnson Could Be Saving Son Millions | TMZ Sports
Chad Johnson Says Keyshawn Johnson Could Be Saving Son Millions | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: TMZSports
Drew Bledsoe to Keyshawn Johnson to win at SF 2005
Drew Bledsoe to Keyshawn Johnson to win at SF 2005
Published: 2016/07/17
Channel: Timmy Johnson
KEYSHAWN JOHNSON TOTALLY SHREDS SKIP BAYLESS AFTER SKIP LEAVES ESPN ON STEPHEN A SMITH SHOW!
KEYSHAWN JOHNSON TOTALLY SHREDS SKIP BAYLESS AFTER SKIP LEAVES ESPN ON STEPHEN A SMITH SHOW!
Published: 2016/07/26
Channel: TICKETtv
Keyshawn Johnson Discusses USC Football Expectations and Legacy
Keyshawn Johnson Discusses USC Football Expectations and Legacy
Published: 2017/08/03
Channel: Connor McGlynn
Keyshawn Johnson Mic
Keyshawn Johnson Mic'd up vs Bengals 2002
Published: 2017/02/19
Channel: Liam Mitchell
Keyshawn throws a childish tantrum on Monday night
Keyshawn throws a childish tantrum on Monday night
Published: 2012/01/16
Channel: SayaBencong
Keyshawn Johnson vs TO Terrell Owens Parts 1-3
Keyshawn Johnson vs TO Terrell Owens Parts 1-3
Published: 2007/12/13
Channel: robinkc
Keyshawn Johnson gets destroyed
Keyshawn Johnson gets destroyed
Published: 2016/01/10
Channel: Liam Mitchell
HEATED EXCHANGE Keyshawn Johnson vs Tim Hasselback
HEATED EXCHANGE Keyshawn Johnson vs Tim Hasselback
Published: 2013/10/29
Channel: KnightofCrook2488
Dan Lebatard Show:  Stugotz rips Keyshawn Johnson
Dan Lebatard Show: Stugotz rips Keyshawn Johnson
Published: 2017/03/14
Channel: Jerry Gleeson
Keyshawn Johnson - 1995 Cotton Bowl Classic Memories
Keyshawn Johnson - 1995 Cotton Bowl Classic Memories
Published: 2016/12/30
Channel: Cotton Bowl Classic
Keyshawn Johnson
Keyshawn Johnson's Wife- I'm Divorcing His Ass...Reconciliation Is Off! | TMZ Sports
Published: 2016/08/15
Channel: TMZSports
Justin Bieber Confronted by NFL Star: Keyshawn Johnson Takes Issue With Stars Alleged Speeding
Justin Bieber Confronted by NFL Star: Keyshawn Johnson Takes Issue With Stars Alleged Speeding
Published: 2013/05/29
Channel: ABC News
Keyshawn Johnson Interviews Chad Ochocinco (Classic Interview)
Keyshawn Johnson Interviews Chad Ochocinco (Classic Interview)
Published: 2010/11/02
Channel: saudawf
Feature On USC
Feature On USC's Keyshawn Johnson
Published: 2011/12/04
Channel: ActionFiguresTV
ALL HANDS: Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Senior WR Highlights (Calabasas) Nebraska Football Commit Mixtape
ALL HANDS: Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Senior WR Highlights (Calabasas) Nebraska Football Commit Mixtape
Published: 2016/10/26
Channel: SportsRecruits
Larry Elder Defends Keyshawn Johnson From Social Media
Larry Elder Defends Keyshawn Johnson From Social Media
Published: 2017/07/05
Channel: IamMarcus
Keyshawn Johnson Teaches His Son A Powerful Lesson For Smoking Weed
Keyshawn Johnson Teaches His Son A Powerful Lesson For Smoking Weed
Published: 2017/07/01
Channel: Pastor Jerone Tv
Keyshawn Johnson ARRESTED For Domestic Violence | TMZ
Keyshawn Johnson ARRESTED For Domestic Violence | TMZ
Published: 2014/04/29
Channel: TMZ
Keyshawn Johnson - one hand catch
Keyshawn Johnson - one hand catch
Published: 2009/06/19
Channel: Spiteful Dragon
Fmr NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson YANKS His Son From Nebraska Football Team So He Can  Mature
Fmr NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson YANKS His Son From Nebraska Football Team So He Can Mature
Published: 2017/06/22
Channel: Jaye De Black
The Commitment: Will Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Follow His Father or Take His Own Path?
The Commitment: Will Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Follow His Father or Take His Own Path?
Published: 2016/03/23
Channel: Bleacher Report
Keyshawn Johnson Is A B*tch
Keyshawn Johnson Is A B*tch
Published: 2008/11/14
Channel: JamesTown
Justin Bieber Called
Justin Bieber Called 'Entitled Teen' By Ex-NFL Star: Keyshawn Johnson on Singer's Alleged Speeding
Published: 2013/06/03
Channel: ABC News
Keyshawn Johnson: Behind the Scenes of the Mega Huge Football Ad We Almost Made
Keyshawn Johnson: Behind the Scenes of the Mega Huge Football Ad We Almost Made
Published: 2014/01/28
Channel: Newcastle
BREAKING NEWS! KEYSHAWN JOHNSON IS REPORTEDLY NOT THE FATHER OF ALLEGED MISTRESS BABY!
BREAKING NEWS! KEYSHAWN JOHNSON IS REPORTEDLY NOT THE FATHER OF ALLEGED MISTRESS BABY!
Published: 2017/10/06
Channel: TICKETtv
#D1Bound
#D1Bound '15 Preseason HSFB Special (Calabasas HS): WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Interview
Published: 2015/08/16
Channel: SportsRecruits
Keyshawn Johnson touchdown Monday Night football Panthers
Keyshawn Johnson touchdown Monday Night football Panthers
Published: 2006/11/16
Channel: Aspen Edge
HOL HD: Keyshawn Johnson Sr talking Nebraska
HOL HD: Keyshawn Johnson Sr talking Nebraska
Published: 2016/06/06
Channel: Gregg Peterson
Warren Sapp Apologizes To Keyshawn Johnson
Warren Sapp Apologizes To Keyshawn Johnson
Published: 2008/11/20
Channel: kneeinjuries
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. makes unreal one-handed catch
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. makes unreal one-handed catch
Published: 2016/06/13
Channel: MaxPreps
Former USC WR Keyshawn Johnson Burns Oregon on Twitter | The Feed
Former USC WR Keyshawn Johnson Burns Oregon on Twitter | The Feed
Published: 2016/05/19
Channel: Stadium
USC vs. Stanford 1995 Keyshawn Game Winning TD
USC vs. Stanford 1995 Keyshawn Game Winning TD
Published: 2009/01/25
Channel: shibby12385
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. 2015 Highlights
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. 2015 Highlights
Published: 2016/01/16
Channel: OSU Overload
Keyshawn Johnson Paternity Test: I
Keyshawn Johnson Paternity Test: I'm Not Your Baby Daddy! | TMZ Sports
Published: 2017/10/06
Channel: TMZSports
HOL HD: Keyshawn Johnson Jr. feeling right at home
HOL HD: Keyshawn Johnson Jr. feeling right at home
Published: 2016/06/08
Channel: Gregg Peterson
5 Minutes with Keyshawn Johnson
5 Minutes with Keyshawn Johnson
Published: 2010/11/05
Channel: Hugging Harold Reynolds
Keyshawn Johnson Jr
Keyshawn Johnson Jr '17 - #UTR Spotlight
Published: 2014/04/01
Channel: utrhighlightvideos
Keyshawn Johnson and Kobe Bryant Swearing   This is SportsCenter Rookies commercial
Keyshawn Johnson and Kobe Bryant Swearing This is SportsCenter Rookies commercial
Published: 2014/03/11
Channel: MuchCommercial
KEYSHAWN JOHNSON INTERVIEW
KEYSHAWN JOHNSON INTERVIEW
Published: 2014/07/23
Channel: Matthew Demeke
2017 WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr  EARLY 2015 season highlight remix
2017 WR Keyshawn Johnson Jr EARLY 2015 season highlight remix
Published: 2015/09/29
Channel: Prep1Force
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Interview: Pylon 7v7 Los Angeles #D1Bound Alexa Shaw - CollegeLevelAthletes.com
Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Interview: Pylon 7v7 Los Angeles #D1Bound Alexa Shaw - CollegeLevelAthletes.com
Published: 2015/03/30
Channel: SportsRecruits
Keyshawn Johnson talks to USC football team
Keyshawn Johnson talks to USC football team
Published: 2011/04/18
Channel: USCAthletics
Chris Carter throws shot at Keyshawn Johnson sitting next t
Chris Carter throws shot at Keyshawn Johnson sitting next t
Published: 2012/09/09
Channel: Nikkos Hamlett
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Keyshawn Johnson
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Johnson with the Carolina Panthers in 2006
No. 19
Position: Wide receiver
Personal information
Born: (1972-07-22) July 22, 1972 (age 45)
Los Angeles, California
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 212 lb (96 kg)
Career information
High school: Los Angeles (CA) Dorsey
College: USC
NFL Draft: 1996 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Receptions: 814
Receiving yards: 10,571
Yards per reception: 13.0
Receiving touchdowns: 64
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Joseph Keyshawn Johnson (born July 22, 1972) is a former American football player who was a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons.

He played college football for the University of Southern California, and earned All-American honors. The first pick in the 1996 NFL Draft, he played professionally for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers.

He retired from football following the 2006 season, and spent seven years as a television broadcaster for the sports channel ESPN. Keyshawn Johnson was a contestant on the 17th season of Dancing with the Stars, in which he was the first contestant eliminated.

Early years[edit]

Johnson was born in Los Angeles, California. He attended Palisades High School for his sophomore and junior years and Susan Miller Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, and played high school football for the Dorsey Dons his senior year.

College career[edit]

After playing football for two years at West Los Angeles College,[1] Johnson transferred to University of Southern California, where he played for coach John Robinson's USC Trojans football team in 1994 and 1995. In 1994, he finished with 66 catches for 1,362 yards and 9 TD. In 1995, he finished with 102 catches for 1,434 yards and 7 TD.

As a Trojan, he was twice recognized as a consensus first-team All-America selection. After the 1994 college season, Johnson helped lead the Trojans to a win in the 1995 Cotton Bowl Classic, after which he was named the game's Most Valuable Player. The Trojans then played in the 1996 Rose Bowl, during which Johnson caught 12 passes for a Rose Bowl record 216 yards and one touchdown in the Trojans' 41–32 victory over the Northwestern Wildcats. He was named the Player of the Game. He was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame on December 31, 2008.

While in college, Johnson appeared on the TV show Coach, as a player eligible for draft in the upcoming season. He flatly refused to be recruited to the fictional "Orlando Breakers" team for coach Hayden Fox, stating he would go to Canada to play first. Johnson graduated from USC with a B.A. in social sciences and history in 1997.[2]

College statistics[edit]

Receiving
Year Team GP Rec Yards TDs
1994 USC 11 66 1,362 9
1995 USC 12 102 1,434 7
College Totals 23 168 2,796 16

Professional career[edit]

New York Jets[edit]

The New York Jets drafted Johnson with the top overall selection in the 1996 NFL Draft. He was the first wide receiver selected with the number one overall pick since Irving Fryar was chosen by New England in 1984. While in New York, he played three seasons (1997–1999) under Bill Parcells, who in two seasons would turnaround the Jets from 1–15 in 1996, Johnson's rookie year to 9–7 in 1997 and 12–4 in 1998 and the franchise's first ever AFC East Division title.

One of his best performances was in a 34–24 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC divisional playoff game after the 1998 season. In that game, Johnson caught nine passes for 121 yards and a touchdown, rushed for 28 yards and a touchdown, recovered a fumble, and intercepted a pass on defense. The Jets however, fell one game short of the Super Bowl after losing the AFC Championship Game the next week to the Denver Broncos 23–10. Johnson wrote an autobiography with ESPN's Shelley Smith, Just Give Me the Damn Ball. The book covered his rookie year experiences.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers[edit]

Johnson was traded on April 12, 2000 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for two first round draft choices (13th – John Abraham – and 27th – Anthony Becht – overall) in the 2000 NFL Draft.[3] Soon after Johnson arrived in Tampa Bay, they signed him to an 8-year, $56 million contract extension with the Buccaneers that made him the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL.[4]

At that time he was joining a team that had fallen one game short of the Super Bowl the previous season. In 2002 Johnson went on to win a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers after the arrival of new head coach Jon Gruden, who succeeded Tony Dungy. Johnson had 76 catches for 1,088 yards and five touchdowns; In the playoffs, he had eight catches for 125 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles, then had six grabs for 69 yards in the Super Bowl. However, his bitter relationship with Gruden (illustrated by a video clip of him yelling at Gruden on the sidelines) led to his de-activation for the final 7 games of the 2003 season. The following offseason, he was traded to the Dallas Cowboys, where he was reunited with Bill Parcells, his coach while he was with the New York Jets.

Dallas Cowboys[edit]

On March 19, 2004, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded him to the Dallas Cowboys for Joey Galloway, who the Cowboys had also traded two first round picks to acquire. Reunited with his former coach Bill Parcells, Johnson lived up to his advance billing for the Cowboys in 2004, leading the team in receiving yards and tying for the lead in touchdown catches while taking over a leadership role in the locker room and on the field.

Carolina Panthers[edit]

On March 23, 2006, Johnson signed a four-year, $14-million-dollar deal with the Carolina Panthers. Of this, he was guaranteed a five million dollar signing bonus. He was expected to play opposite Steve Smith as the number two receiver.

During the Carolina Panthers' Monday Night Football game against the Buccaneers on November 13, 2006, Johnson became the first player in NFL history to score a touchdown on Monday Night Football with four different teams (Jets, Buccaneers, Cowboys and Panthers). Johnson was released from the Panthers on May 1, 2007, after just one season with the team. He posted 70 receptions for 815 yards and four touchdowns in Carolina.

NFL statistics[edit]

Year Team G Rec Yds Avg Long TD 1st Fmb Lost
1996 NYJ 14 63 844 13.4 50 8 42 0 0
1997 NYJ 16 70 963 13.8 39 5 50 0 0
1998 NYJ 16 83 1,131 13.6 41 10 60 0 0
1999 NYJ 16 89 1,170 13.1 65 8 57 0 0
2000 TB 16 71 874 12.3 38 8 49 2 2
2001 TB 15 106 1,266 11.9 47 1 67 2 1
2002 TB 16 76 1,088 14.3 76 5 53 0 0
2003 TB 10 45 600 13.3 39 3 33 0 0
2004 DAL 16 70 981 14.0 39 6 53 1 1
2005 DAL 16 71 839 11.8 34 6 46 3 3
2006 CAR 16 70 815 11.6 40 4 42 1 1
Career 167 814 10,571 13.0 76 64 552 9 8

[5]

Retirement[edit]

On May 23, 2007, Johnson announced he was retiring from the NFL, reportedly turning down offers by several teams, including the Tennessee Titans. Titans' Head Coach Jeff Fisher, who became friends with Johnson while he played at USC, said he thought Johnson's numbers and production spoke for themselves: "He still played at a high-level last year. He takes very good care of himself," Fisher said. "He hasn't had any injuries per season. Anytime you get a chance to bring an experienced veteran in to add to your roster then it's a good thing." On the same day, Johnson announced he would be working as an analyst for ESPN.[6]

On February 5, 2008, CBS4 Miami reported that Bill Parcells reached out to Johnson. Parcells reportedly told him if he was to come out of retirement there would be a spot on the Miami Dolphins roster for him.[7]

His all-around game has earned him selection to the Pro Bowl three times – 1998 and 1999 with the N.Y. Jets and 2001 with Tampa Bay. Johnson finished his career with 814 receptions, tying him at 17th all-time with Henry Ellard for career NFL receptions. His 10,571 yards receiving is the 24th highest total in NFL history. In reaching the 600 career receptions plateau in 118 games, he tied Herman Moore for the second fewest number of games needed in NFL history to reach that mark, and he became one of only three players in league history (Moore and Marvin Harrison) to reach 600 receptions in fewer than 120 games. He caught 512 passes in his first 100 games to rank as the fourth most receptions in a player's first 100 games. The other three are: Marvin Harrison (591), Sterling Sharpe (524) and Lionel Taylor (516).

To achieve this production, he has averaged 74.8 catches-per-season over his first nine seasons, and caught a pass in every one of his 135 games played over this span. This accomplishment was the second longest streak among active receivers (Harrison, 139) and the third longest streak to begin a career among all players (Marshall Faulk, 158 and Harrison, 139) at that time. For his career, Johnson recorded 60 or more catches in ten of his eleven NFL seasons. In 2001 and 2002, he became the first player in Buccaneers history to record consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons when he registered 1,266 yards in 2001 and 1,098 in 2002.

Johnson missed only three of a possible 145 career games – including playoffs – due to injury. He also has 4 children: Keyshawn Jr, Maia, London, and Vance. Keyshawn Johnson Jr. is also a wide receiver committed to play for the University of Nebraska.[8] His nephew is current New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas.[9][10][11]

In 2012, Johnson starred in Jägermeister's critically acclaimed A Stronger Bond television and digital campaign created by the award-winning advertising agency Mistress.[12] In 2013, Johnson was announced to be a contestant on the 17th season of Dancing with the Stars. He was paired with professional dancer Sharna Burgess. On the show of September 23 he was the first celebrity voted out.[13]

Analyst on ESPN[edit]

Johnson was part of the 2007 NFL Draft broadcasting team with Chris Berman, Mel Kiper Jr. and Chris Mortensen that aired on ESPN. In 2007, he became an ESPN analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown, and Monday Night Countdown.[14] Within the confines of Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown, Johnson invented a segment called C'mon Man!, which allows each panel member to pick a moment in the last NFL week "revolving around either the play on the field or unprofessional behavior off it" that one might consider, on some level, either inexcusable or downright laughable.[15] Each member verbalizes what their gripe may be, while highlights of the moment that they are illustrating run around it, and then ends with the panel member stating with disdain, "C'mon man!" He has also been an analyst on several ESPN telecasts, including pre-game shows on Sundays and Monday nights, and some radio work as well.

He was also an analyst on the ESPN Who's Now competition. He sometimes hosted Jim Rome Is Burning while Jim Rome was away. On January 23, 2011, Johnson was not on Sunday NFL Countdown for Championship weekend because his mother unexpectedly died.[16] Following the 2015 season, ESPN declined to renew his contract.[citation needed]

A&E interior-design series[edit]

In November 2008, Johnson was contracted for a weekend TV Series called Keyshawn Johnson: Tackling Design.[17] The show was on A&E in July 2009 and showcases Johnson's knowledge of interior design to help other people redecorate their homes.[citation needed]

Investment business[edit]

Johnson co-founded First Picks Management in 2005 as a vehicle to pursue his business interests in the food service, hotel, and real estate industries as well as venture capital investing.[citation needed] He recruited Harvard Business School MBAs, Glenn and Clarence Mah, as well as his public relations and marketing agent, Ingrid Roberts, to co-lead the organization.[18] Johnson and his management team partnered with National Football League and National Basketball Association athletes, including Warrick Dunn, Dennis Northcutt, Terence Newman, and Joe Smith in developing First Picks Management, a corporate website.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Keyshawn Johnson profile". ESPN. Archived from the original on April 30, 2011. Retrieved April 1, 2011. 
  2. ^ Alumni News, USC Dornsife Magazine, Spring/Summer 2012; accessed May 17, 2012.
  3. ^ Elliott, Josh (April 24, 2000). "Key Figure". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved October 3, 2009.  The Jets made the trade fearing Johnson would stage a bitter training camp holdout over a new contract.
  4. ^ Battista, Judy (April 13, 2000). "Johnson Gets His Raise and a New Team". New York Times. Retrieved October 3, 2009. 
  5. ^ "Keyshawn Johnson Stats". ESPN Internet Ventures. Retrieved May 19, 2014. 
  6. ^ "Trojan Great Keyshawn Johnson Announces NFL Retirement From Heritage Hall". Associated Press. May 23, 2007. Retrieved October 3, 2009. 
  7. ^ "Keyshawn Johnson In Aqua And Orange?". CBS4.com. February 5, 2008. Archived from the original on April 14, 2009. Retrieved October 3, 2009. 
  8. ^ "Keyshawn Johnson Jr. commits to the Nebraska Cornhuskers for 2017". Espn.go.com. March 23, 2016. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  9. ^ Ohio State's Thomas can do great things with the damn ball, nypost.com, January 10, 2015; accessed January 27, 2017.
  10. ^ Keyshawn Johnson says nephew, Ohio State's Mike Thomas, 'still learning how to play': 7 point breakdown, cleveland.com; accessed January 27, 2017.
  11. ^ Ohio State football: After redshirt year, Michael Thomas ready to make a difference Archived September 29, 2014, at the Wayback Machine., buckeyextra.dispatch.com, September 19, 2014.
  12. ^ "We Turn Heads". Mistresscreative.com. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  13. ^ "Leah Remini-Valerie Harper-Snooki among new cast". CBS News. Retrieved January 27, 2017. 
  14. ^ Braziller, Zach (January 29, 2016). "ESPN kicks Keyshawn Johnson off NFL pregame show". Nypost.com. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  15. ^ Emery, Mark (January 29, 2016). "ESPN opts not to renew former WR Keyshawn Johnson's contract". New York Daily News. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  16. ^ "Cowboys Corner: Due to the recent death of his mother, former Cowboys receiver Keyshawn Johnson will not be on ESPN NFL Countdown Sunday morning". Sportsblogs.star-telegram.com. January 23, 2011. Retrieved June 28, 2016. 
  17. ^ "A&E Greenlights New Original Series "Keyshawn Johnson: Tackling Design"" (Press release). A&E. November 5, 2008. Archived from the original on February 5, 2010. Retrieved October 3, 2009. 
  18. ^ "Newest Panera Bread Franchise Group Led by NFL Veteran Keyshawn Johnson to Develop Bakery-Cafes in California". QSR Magazine. January 9, 2006. Retrieved October 20, 2009. 

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