It was just the fourth play of the game. But for Los Angeles Chargers receiver Tyron Johnson, it was so much more than that. It was the first play of his NFL career.
When you spent the previous year bouncing around from one practice squad to another, moments like this mean everything. Especially for a kid who grew up in the Calliope Projects of New Orleans, where many didn’t make it out to …. (Courtesy of NOLA.com) CLICK HERE to read the entire story.