Chris Johnson is the sixth NFL player to rush for more than 2,000 yards.
But how would the 2009 NFL rushing champion fare on a running track, without a helmet and pads, against Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man?
We might never know.
The Tennessee Titans running back said Monday as he cleaned out his locker that he recently learned that a potential race against the Jamaican Olympian isn’t going to happen — at least, not at a distance less than 100 meters, where Bolt holds the world record.
“We got word two days ago. He don’t want to do it. He only wants to run the 100, he don’t want to run the 50,” Johnson said. “He said the only way he’ll do it is if he runs the 100.”….Read More