Canadian Football League

Sunday, June 03, 2007

Canadian Football League QB elects career infilm

Edmonton Eskimo quarterback Jason Johnson announced his retirement from football today. Johnson spent his three-year CFL career (2004 - '06) with the Esks, appearing in 54 regular season games, three playoff games and one Grey Cup (2005). The University of Arizona product spent time with the NFL's Buffalo Bills in 2003.
In making the announcement Johnson says, "I have nothing but unbelievable memories of my time with the Eskimos. We won a Grey Cup and I made some great friends. However, I simply couldn't pass up some great opportunities outside of football."
A talented producer of documentaries and commercials, Johnson has a number of projects on the go, including one with the CFL Players Association.


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