Tampa Bay Buc KEYSHAWN JOHNSON'S hands make him one of the best receivers in football, but his mouth got him in trouble with his coach. This season as the team struggled, Johnson complained publicly and often. Calling him a "distraction," the team deactivated him last week, eating his $336,000-a-week salary. But he won't be idle. Fox Sports has hired him as an analyst.
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