ESPN analyst and "free agent" Keyshawn Johnson was at Dolphins practice Wednesday, but reportedly only to visit.
ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson told the Miami Herald that he's still "seriously" considering a comeback.
ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson is still mulling a comeback.
If free agent Keyshawn Johnson is to make a comeback, he'll reportedly want to sign a conract as soon as possible.
Keyshawn Johnson told Yahoo! Sports that he is seriously considering a comeback.
Dolphins VP of football operations Bill Parcells has reportedly reached out to current ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Bucs tried to reach out to Keyshawn Johnson after losing Maurice Stovall for the season.
The Miami Herald is reporting that Keyshawn Johnson has not ruled out the possibility of a comeback with the Dolphins and close friend, Bill Parcells.
Keyshawn Johnson has decided to retire rather than join the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans don't expect to sign Keyshawn Johnson soon, but they remain interested in him.
The Oakland Tribune's Jerry McDonald doesn't believe the Raiders are likely to pursue free agent Keyshawn Johnson.
Keyshawn Johnson will visit the Titans Friday.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher admitted interest in Keyshawn Johnson Thursday.
NFL Network's Adam Shefter reports that the Packers' interest in Keyshawn Johnson is "lukewarm".