Keyshawn Johnson Through the Years

Keyshawn Johnson comes to Dallas with high expectations, much like his arrival in Tampa 4 years ago. Here's a look at the newest Cowboy over the course of his NFL career.

Johnson looks on at the press conference announcing his trade to the Cowboys on Monday.

Keyshawn Johnson caught 45 passes for 600 yards and 3 touchdowns last year for the Bucs. He was deactivated after 10 games after a dispute with the organization.

Johnson caught 76 passes for 1088 yards and 5 touchdowns in helping lead the Bucs to their first ever World Championship in 2002.

2001 was a breakout year for Johnson, even though he only found the endzone one time. Johnson caught a career high 106 passes for 1266 yards on the year and was also named to the Pro Bowl.

Johnson caught 89 passes for 1170 yards during his last season with the New York Jets. He was then traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 1st (John Abraham) and 1st (Anthony Becht) round selections on April 12th, 2000.

Keyshawn Johnson holds a Jets football jersey with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue after being taken by the New York Jets out of Southern Cal as the first pick in the NFL draft.

Johnson was the first overall selection in the 1996 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. During his senior season, he caught 90 passes for 1218 yards and 6 touchdowns.

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