[Kansas City.com] They’ve called him deep, dark, complicated and cross, because, who were they kidding – nobody can figure out Larry Johnson.
They dropped their pens on Tuesday.
Coach Herm Edwards’ weekly news conference was running late on Tuesday afternoon when a fellow emerged wearing Edwards’ trademark garb of NFL sweatshirt, shorts and red cap pulled over his eyes. He flailed his arms, pounded the table and went into a “play to win the game” rant.
It was Johnson, and he had the room in stitches with his drop-dead impersonation. He playfully made a reference to the coach’s wife – Edwards does that at least once a day – and threw in a few lines of “Are you kidding me?” Edwards stood in the back holding his 1-year-old daughter, Gabrielle, who was wearing a pumpkin costume. He was relatively amused.
“I’m glad Halloween is only one time a year,” Edwards said.