Johnnie Morton

Denver, Colorado, United States

A 12-year NFL veteran of the NFL, playing for 8 years with the Detroit Lions, 3 years with the Kansas City Chiefs and one year with the San Francisco 49ers...He was drafted in the 1st round of the 1994 NFL Draft (21st overall)...He is the 39th all-time leading receiver in the history of the NFL with 624 receptions for 8,719 yards and 43 touchdowns...He is the 2nd all-time leading receiver in the history of the Detroit Lions with 469 receptions for 6,499 yards...He also posted 35 career touchdowns for the Honolulu blue and silver (tied for second all-time) and had four 1,000-yard receiving seasons (1997-99, 2001) in the Motor City...Johnnie left the University of Southern California as what many say, the best receiver ever to play there. In 1993 he was First Team All-American (AP), First Team All-American (Sporting News), First Team All-American (Football News), First Team All-American (Football Writers), First Team All-Pac 10 and USC's team MVP. At the time he set or tied 12 USC and Pac-10 records including becoming the all-time leading receiver in school history...He was also MVP of the 1993 Freedom Bowl where USC defeated Utah 28-21...In four seasons as a starter he recorded 201 receptions for 3201 yards and 23 touchdowns...Member of the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Association...Was mentioned in People Magazine's inaugural list of the country's Most Eligible Bachelors...Was named one of the NFL's Sexiest Men...Muscle & Fitness - “Football’s Best Physiques”...Signed with Ford Models and appeared in a recent Eddie Bauer campaign...Signed with L.A. Models working extensively...Other modeling appearances included a worldwide Nike print campaign, the cover of "In The Beginning" calendar, an appearance in the Alaye calendar, as well as a prominent role in the Sports Illustrated for Women Swimsuit Issue...Played himself in "Jerry Maguire", appearing with former Lions teammate WR Herman Moore...Was featured as a guest star in "Moesha"...Made several appearances in "The Young and the Restless"...Made 3 appearances on "The Tonight Show" Served as a correspondent for EXTRA at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston...Active in several charitable organizations including D.A.R.E., Athletes and Entertainers for Kids, Kansas City School for the Blind and Big Brothers of America...Attended a Japanese elementary school for three years (mother is Japanese-American)...Has been trained in kick-boxing, Ju-jitsu and self defense...Enjo