Johnson came on really strong in 2004, his second year in the league, when the young receiver went off for 1,142 yards and six touchdowns. But the best was yet to come for Johnson, who would go on to lead the NFL in receiving yards in consecutive seasons in 2008 and 2009, putting up 1,575 and 1,569 yards, respectively. Ultimately, Johnson tallied a combined 14,185 career receiving yards, which currently places him in eleventh place on the all-time list. Johnson is also a seven-time Pro Bowl selection.
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