After weighing my options, I felt like this was the place where I would like to finish my careerIn Sports from United Press International Mar 12, 2003
This was one of those types of games in a playoff atmosphereTampa Bay 21, Green Bay 7 Nov 25, 2002
I'm not the quarterback. I'm not an offensive lineman. The only thing I try to do is make plays anytime the ball is delievered to meTampa Bay 38, Minnesota 24 Nov 03, 2002
The biggest thing today was scoring on the opening kickoffTampa Bay 38, Minnesota 24 Nov 03, 2002
We knew that they were gonna play bump-and-run a lotTampa Bay 38, Minnesota 24 Nov 03, 2002
Rob Garland Johnson (born March 18, 1973 in Newport Beach, California) is a former professional American football quarterback who played for 10 seasons in the National Football League (NFL).
Johnson played college football at the University of Southern California where he was teammates with Keyshawn Johnson, Curtis Conway, Johnnie Morton, Willie McGinest, and All America tackle and fellow Jacksonville Jaguars draftee Tony Boselli. Johnson left USC holding virtually ever major passing record and spent much of his senior year as a Heisman Trophy candidate. In his final game for the school, Johnson led his team to victory in the Cotton Bowl Classic, dominating Texas Tech by a final score of 55-14.
Johnson joined the NFL in 1995 when he was drafted by the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars as the first draft pick of the fourth round (number 99 overall).