When last we heard regarding Eddie Johnson‘s status in mid-March, the suspended Miami linebacker was no longer enrolled at the school and his future with the Hurricanes was very much in doubt.
A month later, the situation has been clarified and, as expected, Johnson’s immediate future does not involve play for The U.
Speaking to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the head coach at Hinds Community College in Jackson, Miss., Gene Murphy, confirmed that Johnson has signed a letter of intent to...Read Full Story
Eddie Johnson was one of the Miami Hurricane’s rising stars. A freshman All-American linebacker, Johnson was off to a great start, notching 59 tackles and leading the team with 7.5 tackles for a loss last season. It is just the way you want to see a young player blossom. Now, Johnson’s career as a ‘Cane [...]Miami Hurricanes Football: Eddie Johnson Wastes Talent and Opportunity is a post by the Best Sports Blogs at BallHyped.com.
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Globe and MailWorld Cup 2014: Eddie Johnson scores twice as US survives Antigua 2-1SportingNews.comSurprise inclusions on the team that would make or break American World Cup hopes, Seattle Sounders reclamation project Eddie Johnson and San Jose Earthquakes journeyman Alan Gordon combined for a stunning 90th-minute game-winner on Friday night in …Antigua vs USA – live!The GuardianJohnson scores twice in US win over AntiguaSI.comJohnson saves US in AntiguaSports NetworkPittsburgh Tribune...Read Full Story
Eddie.Johnson (Edwin "Eddie" Johnson) a Chicago South-side jazz legend passed away this morning April 7th, 2010...born December 11, 1920 in Napoleonville, Louisiana, was a jazz and blues tenor saxophonist. Images of Eddie: on left the 1950s and on right the 1970s. In 1946, Johnson joined trumpeter Cootie Williams and His Orchestra, appearing on several Capitol and Majestic recordings until leaving to join Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. He also played with Ella Fitzgerald. In 1981 and 1999...Read Full Story