Was chosen by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round of the 2001 NFL draft.
Has made six Pro Bowls.
Known for his end-zone celebrations, including a Riverdance, "bribing" a ref and donning a sombrero.
Raced and beat a thoroughbred in 2007 for charity.
Changed his last name to Ochocinco to match his uniform number (85) in 2008; he later changed it back to Johnson in 2012.
A popular tweeter, he claimed in the summer of 2009 that he would tweet during NFL games.
Competed on the tenth season of Dancing With the Stars in 2010, with partner Cheryl Burke.
Starred in The Ultimate Catch, a dating-reality show, in the summer of 2010.
Chad Johnson II — Son
Chade Johnson — Daughter
Evelyn Lozada — Ex-wife
Paula Johnson — Mother
Jicyra Johnson — Daughter
Cha'iel Johnson — Daughter
Sam Brown — Father
Attended Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma, United States; attended Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, California, United States; attended Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, United States