Some guys in the league get more than they really deserve. Some guys don't get what they deserve. I'll let (the media) figure out where Joe Horn standsJoe Horn ends contract dispute May 23, 2003
It hurts more than last year because I know that we are a better teamCarolina 10, New Orleans 6 Dec 29, 2002
No one in the league is playing better right now at quarterbackNew Orleans 28, Atlanta 10 Dec 09, 2001
I know people are going to say that we won and Edgerrin didn't play, but we won games last year when Ricky was hurtNew Orleans 34, Indianapolis 20 Nov 18, 2001
If you want to put it on the offense, put it on the offenseAtlanta 20, New Orleans 13 Oct 21, 2001
Joseph Horn (born January 16, 1972 in Tupelo, Mississippi) is an American football wide receiver who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fifth round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played college football at Itawamba Community College.
Horn attended Douglas Byrd High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where he played for legendary coach Bob Paroli. He stood out as a quarterback, tailback,wide receiver, and punter. He was only voted to the Mid-South 4A All-Star team as a punter. Horn was also a standout basketball player in which he started every game for the Douglas Byrd Eagles as a point guard. Horn originally signed with the University of South Carolina, but his academic performance and SAT score prevented him from playing college football. Horn is married with five children.
Horn played two years of college football (1991–1992) at Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Mississippi. At Intawamba, he picked up 54 catches for 878 yards and seven touchdowns as a wide receiver and a punt returner. He returned to Fayetteville after achieving little success at Intawamba and worked at a Bojangles' restaurant with his mother.