24Flop: Charles Johnson - 17th Overall, 1994 (Pittsburgh Steelers)

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One wide receiver that was taken in the 1994 NFL draft was Charles Johnson. Johnson was a part of the University of Colorado football teams that flourished under head coach Bill McCartney. He went on to the NFL and was drafted 17th overall in the 1994 draft by the Pittsburgh

Steelers. He then went on to play for the Eagles, Patriots, and Bills before ending his pro football career after the 2002 season. He won a Super Bowl with the Patriots in 2001 but didn't do much else besides that. He had 354 career receptions with 24 of them being for touchdowns. Johnson was just not very good.

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