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Rudi Johnson great 70 yard TD against Wyoming 2000
Rudi Johnson great 70 yard TD against Wyoming 2000
Published: 2014/07/27
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Bengals 38, Eagles 10 - Rudi Johnson had 99 yards rushing on top of 3 touchdowns as
Bengals 38, Eagles 10 - Rudi Johnson had 99 yards rushing on top of 3 touchdowns as
Published: 2017/05/31
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Sports Science - Rudi Johnson
Sports Science - Rudi Johnson
Published: 2009/09/12
Channel: iGeorge12
Cincinnati Bengals - Dynomite
Cincinnati Bengals - Dynomite
Published: 2007/07/30
Channel: Paul Edward
Auburn Tigers vs Wyoming Rudi Johnson TD Run
Auburn Tigers vs Wyoming Rudi Johnson TD Run
Published: 2007/04/08
Channel: jet7111
Rudy Johnson vs Ole Miss 2000
Rudy Johnson vs Ole Miss 2000
Published: 2011/09/09
Channel: WarEagleTimeMachine
Rudi Johnson: Strip the Football Drill
Rudi Johnson: Strip the Football Drill
Published: 2013/07/24
Channel: TeamSnap
Bengals vs. 9-0 Chiefs (Week 11, 2003) | NFL Full Game
Bengals vs. 9-0 Chiefs (Week 11, 2003) | NFL Full Game
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: NFL
Top 5 Bengals of All Time | NFL
Top 5 Bengals of All Time | NFL
Published: 2016/05/20
Channel: NFL
Rudy Johnson Highlight DC Law season 2017
Rudy Johnson Highlight DC Law season 2017
Published: 2017/07/20
Channel: Rudy A. Johnson
Eddie Gran compares Benny Snell to Rudi Johnson
Eddie Gran compares Benny Snell to Rudi Johnson
Published: 2016/10/12
Channel: Kentucky.com
Rudi Johnson
Rudi Johnson
Published: 2009/06/17
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Rudi Johnson
Rudi Johnson
Published: 2010/05/16
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Rudi Johnson Running Back Training - BommaritoPerformance.com
Rudi Johnson Running Back Training - BommaritoPerformance.com
Published: 2009/10/29
Channel: Pete Bommarito
Jeremy Hill 2015 Highlights
Jeremy Hill 2015 Highlights
Published: 2016/04/12
Channel: Jamar Rashuan
Rudy Johnson - Blind Video Days
Rudy Johnson - Blind Video Days
Published: 2011/08/04
Channel: worldblind101
Rudi Johnson: 5-Pressure Points for Carrying a Football
Rudi Johnson: 5-Pressure Points for Carrying a Football
Published: 2013/07/19
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Rudi Johnson - Ruditude
Rudi Johnson - Ruditude
Published: 2007/11/30
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Rudi Johnson Destroys
Rudi Johnson Destroys
Published: 2008/07/10
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Top Rudi Johnson Running Back Training - BommaritoPerformance.com Compilation
Top Rudi Johnson Running Back Training - BommaritoPerformance.com Compilation
Published: 2012/05/03
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Rudi Johnson, footballeur américain, défie Chael Sonnen, King Mo Lawal et 2 autres combattants de M
Rudi Johnson, footballeur américain, défie Chael Sonnen, King Mo Lawal et 2 autres combattants de M
Published: 2017/06/01
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Sport Science.NFL. s2e3.Rudi Johnson.(hun)
Sport Science.NFL. s2e3.Rudi Johnson.(hun)
Published: 2013/02/09
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Adidas Football  Tips; Rudi Johnson
Adidas Football Tips; Rudi Johnson
Published: 2008/06/18
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Colts Mascot Blue does Pelvic thrusts at Rudi Johnson
Colts Mascot Blue does Pelvic thrusts at Rudi Johnson
Published: 2006/12/23
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2011 Community Service Award Recipient
2011 Community Service Award Recipient '' Rudi Johnson Foundation ''
Published: 2011/11/12
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NFL 2008 Week one part two Tatum Bell/Rudi Johnson bag issue
NFL 2008 Week one part two Tatum Bell/Rudi Johnson bag issue
Published: 2008/09/05
Channel: RighteousTalk
Rudi Johnson mercedes s550
Rudi Johnson mercedes s550
Published: 2006/08/27
Channel: J Newberry
Kurt Warner and Rudi Johnson
Kurt Warner and Rudi Johnson
Published: 2008/08/31
Channel: youfantasyfootball
Rudy Johnson Texas Southern Football Highlights
Rudy Johnson Texas Southern Football Highlights
Published: 2012/12/13
Channel: Nate McLaurin
Dr Rudi Johnson - NZ Māori Dental Association, perspective on water fluoridation
Dr Rudi Johnson - NZ Māori Dental Association, perspective on water fluoridation
Published: 2013/09/17
Channel: minhealthnz
Rudi Johnson Break Tackle Touchdown - PDR, Week 8
Rudi Johnson Break Tackle Touchdown - PDR, Week 8
Published: 2007/10/01
Channel: BoothReview
Rudi Johnson Football Card
Rudi Johnson Football Card
Published: 2013/09/04
Channel: Blake Andrews
Rudi Johnson Quotes
Rudi Johnson Quotes
Published: 2012/03/29
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jus a simple run by rudi johnson
jus a simple run by rudi johnson
Published: 2007/02/28
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GOTW Rudi Johnson Laughs at Tackles - NFUT NCAA 14
GOTW Rudi Johnson Laughs at Tackles - NFUT NCAA 14
Published: 2014/03/24
Channel: TheBlitz1942
Rudi Johnson - Peru
Rudi Johnson - Peru
Published: 2008/08/26
Channel: Jenn Collins
Rudy Johnson: Six Players Attacked Me
Rudy Johnson: Six Players Attacked Me
Published: 2013/11/19
Channel: news daghant
Rudy Johnson Interview 10 31 09
Rudy Johnson Interview 10 31 09
Published: 2009/10/31
Channel: VSN TV
Rudy Johnson 29 yard run in 2nd quarter
Rudy Johnson 29 yard run in 2nd quarter
Published: 2012/10/16
Channel: TXSOSports
Calvert Hall vs McDonogh Football 2008 (Rudy Johnson)
Calvert Hall vs McDonogh Football 2008 (Rudy Johnson)
Published: 2008/09/11
Channel: youbetterasksomebody
Rudy Johnson McDonogh Top Plays of 2008
Rudy Johnson McDonogh Top Plays of 2008
Published: 2008/11/16
Channel: youbetterasksomebody
Rudy Johnson
Rudy Johnson's Highlights WSSU 2013-2015 HD
Published: 2016/01/31
Channel: Rudy A. Johnson
McDonogh vs St Pauls Football (Rudy Johnson)
McDonogh vs St Pauls Football (Rudy Johnson)
Published: 2007/11/22
Channel: youbetterasksomebody
Rudy Johnson WSSU Highlight Tape 2013-2014
Rudy Johnson WSSU Highlight Tape 2013-2014
Published: 2014/05/18
Channel: Rudy A. Johnson
flash back to Madden 07 PS3...nice run by Rudi Johnson, my defense gets destroyed!
flash back to Madden 07 PS3...nice run by Rudi Johnson, my defense gets destroyed!
Published: 2010/05/07
Channel: Afrikanxl
Bullis vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Bullis vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Published: 2007/11/22
Channel: youbetterasksomebody
Rudy Johnson Wssu (Winston Salem State University) official highlight tape 2013-2014
Rudy Johnson Wssu (Winston Salem State University) official highlight tape 2013-2014
Published: 2014/05/02
Channel: Rudy A. Johnson
Top 5 Sean Taylor Hits || NFL
Top 5 Sean Taylor Hits || NFL
Published: 2016/10/10
Channel: HTTR TJ
Landon vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Landon vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Published: 2007/11/22
Channel: youbetterasksomebody
Mt St Joe vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Mt St Joe vs McDonogh Football (Rudy Johnson)
Published: 2007/11/22
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Rudi Johnson
No. 32
Position: Running back
Personal information
Date of birth: (1979-10-01) October 1, 1979 (age 38)
Place of birth: Petersburg, Virginia
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight: 225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school: Chester (VA) Thomas Dale
College: Auburn
NFL Draft: 2001 / Round: 4 / Pick: 100
Career history
Career highlights and awards
  • SEC player of the Year (2000)
  • Pro Bowl (2004)
  • Cincinnati Bengals season rushing record (1,458)
Career NFL statistics
Rushing yards: 5,979
Rushing average: 3.9
Rushing touchdowns: 49
Player stats at NFL.com

Burudi Ali "Rudi" Johnson (born October 1, 1979) is a former American football running back who played eight seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft.

Johnson was selected to the Pro Bowl with the Bengals in 2004 after leading the AFC team in rushing. He employed a bruising style of hard-nosed running that earned him the nickname the "Auburn Rambler."

Early life[edit]

Johnson was born in Petersburg, Virginia, approximately 30 miles south of Richmond. His first name, "Burudi", is Swahili and means "cool'" and his middle name "Ali" represents his family's respect and admiration for Muhammad Ali. He began playing football at the age of six with the Ettrick Trojans of the Chesterfield Quarterback League. During his high school career, he played on both offense and defense for the Thomas Dale Knights under head coach Victor Williams, following in the footsteps of Ken Oxendine and William Henderson. During his career, he broke the school's rushing record which was held by his friend, mentor and coach, Henry Jefferson.

After graduation, he enrolled at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas.

College career[edit]

Butler Community College[edit]

Johnson played for two years at Butler Community College. He helped lead Butler to two national championships, defeating Ricks College in 1998 and Dixie College in 1999. His most memorable performance came against Dixie College in the championship game in which he ran for 375 yards and scored seven touchdowns. He was subsequently named NJCAA "Player of the Year".[1]

Auburn[edit]

At Auburn University, Johnson finished his career with 324 rushing attempts for 1,567 yards (4.84 yards per rush average). His 324 rushing attempts was a school single-season record and his 1,567 rushing yards were the second-most in school history. He had ten games in which he rushed for 100 yards or more.[2] He was named SEC player of the year and nominated for the Doak Walker Award, which was won by LaDainian Tomlinson. He was a sociology major. His fullback was Heath Evans, who would later go onto the NFL as well. NFL running back Ronnie Brown was also a teammate.[3]

Professional career[edit]

Pre-Draft[edit]

Pre-draft measurables
Ht Wt 40‑yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20‑ss 3‑cone Vert jump Broad BP
5 ft 10 in
(1.78 m)
227 lb
(103 kg)
4.57 s 1.60 s 2.56 s 4.22 s 7.32 s 37 12 in
(0.95 m)
9 ft 11 in
(3.02 m)
24 reps
All values from NFL Combine[4]

Cincinnati Bengals[edit]

The Cincinnati Bengals selected Johnson in the fourth round (100th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.

Johnson saw little playing time in his first two NFL seasons. He backed up four-time Pro Bowler Corey Dillon, the Bengals' leading rusher since 1997, and had just 17 carries and seven receptions.

Dillon missed much of the 2003 season with injuries, and Johnson found himself in the starting lineup. He took full advantage of his opportunity, rushing for 957 yards and nine touchdowns, while adding another 146 yards on 21 receptions in just nine games.

After Dillon was traded to the New England Patriots following the 2003 season, Johnson was named the starter. He started every game and set a franchise rushing record with 1,454 yards. In addition, he scored 12 touchdowns and was named to the AFC Pro Bowl team.

Johnson was a major contributor in 2005 season, in which the Bengals reached the playoffs for the first time in 15 years. Johnson remained the starter as a punishing runner providing the running game needed to complement quarterback Carson Palmer and wide receiver Chad Johnson (Ochocinco). Chris Perry, former University of Michigan running back, joined the backfield as the Bengals' first round pick in the 2004 NFL Draft. At the end of the season, the Bengals finished with an 11-5 record, the team's first winning season since 1990. Johnson broke his own franchise record with 1,458 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns while also recording a career-high 23 receptions for 90 yards.[5]

During the 2007 season, Johnson missed five games to injury, and he had only one game in which he rushed for over 100 yards. He finished the season with 497 yards on 170 carries for three touchdowns.[6]

In August 2008, it was reported that the Bengals were interested in trading Johnson for a "top receiver" to shore up their injured receiving corps, which would leave Chris Perry as the new feature back and either Kenny Watson or DeDe Dorsey as his backup.[7] Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis denied any trade talks involving Johnson. "It's a rumor," he stated.[8] However, on August 27, Johnson stated he expected to be gone "any minute."[9] After a trade fell through, Johnson was released by the team on August 30 during the final roster cuts.[10]

Detroit Lions[edit]

Johnson signed a one-year deal with the Detroit Lions on September 1, 2008. The Lions released running back Tatum Bell to make room for Johnson.[11] The following day, Johnson accused Bell of stealing his luggage, although Bell insisted "it was just an honest mistake." [12] In one season with the Lions, Johnson had 237 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, 88 receiving yards, and one receiving touchdown.[13]

The 2008 season would be Johnson's last in the NFL.

Community[edit]

The Rudi Johnson Foundation was established in July 2005. The foundation provides assistance to families and children to promote self-sufficiency and self-reliance and incorporates several community-based programs.[14] In 2007, James Farrior of the Pittsburgh Steelers joined the effort, establishing his own foundation to assist in this movement.[15] The foundation helped fund the organization of the first football team for Clark Montessouri High School in Cincinnati. The foundation is a strong supporter of Be The Match, the national registry of the National Bone Marrow Registry, and regularly organizes and conducts donor drives to recruit minorities.[16]

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