Keyshawn Johnson Not Charged

May 3rd, 2014

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Recently, former Bucs wide receiver and a key member of the Bucs Super Bowl winning team, Keyshawn Johnson, was pinched for allegedly committing domestic violence. Well, it turns out Keyshawn won’t be charged.

That’s the info. coming out of BSPN.

Johnson’s ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Conrad, told a detective her collar was torn and her finger scratched when Johnson tried to take her phone during a conversation on April 21.

The district attorney declined to file charges because Conrad is no longer cooperating and, according to the DA’s report, “the injury appears to have been minor and caused accidentally.”

“I am pleased that law enforcement acted quickly and that this matter has been fairly resolved,” Johnson said in a statement. “The quick decision results from the fact that I should not have been arrested because no crime was committed. I did not and would not touch, grab or strike a woman — any woman. Though Jennifer and I are both pleased that this matter is over, we very much resent the fact that I was ever arrested in the first place. I apologize to my friends, family, fans and colleagues for this matter.”

Joe is relieved, though surely not as relieved as Keyshawn himself. Joe used to be anti-Keyshawn and thought he was too much a me-first player, which led to his nickname “Meshawn.” But last summer Joe had a chance to meet Keyshawn and talk to him about the Bucs. The guy couldn’t have kinder, couldn’t have been nicer. In person, he is far from his public image.

Thus, Joe knocked off the nickname.

8 Responses to “Keyshawn Johnson Not Charged”

  1. JT Says:

    I love how when bspn shows highlights of his playing days they never show him with the bucs. They only show highligjts of him with the jets cowboys and panthers. I hate bspn.

  2. Patrick Says:

    I don’t think Keyshawn is that bad; he had a bad ending with Chucky but a lot of other people didn’t get along with him either.

  3. Bucfan#37 Says:

    Keyshawn is ok in my book, nice move up from a brief local radio show to a big time talking head. Just throw me the damn mic.

  4. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    MeShawn. I really could care less about him.

  5. pewterpirate99 Says:

    Well I am glad he’s been cleared of any kind of domestic violence. I love the guy and don’t care that he’s ” Meshawn ” in some people’s eyes. He was a big part of our super bowl winning season and added an offensive threat on our team that teams had to account for. Now I know he wasn’t a speedster I know he was a possession receiver, but he was physical and wasn’t scared to go across the middle and take the big hit. And it’s not like he was super slow either.

  6. Espo Says:

    Let’s hope it doesn’t happen again, or happen worse. Too often these girls don’t cooperate when they call for help and they end up being victimized repeatedly.

  7. buccanAy Says:

    Keyshawn Johnson, domestic violence, blames cops, takes no responsibility…”..ok in my book..not that bad”…Mike Williams breaks door, takes full responsibility, but is run out of town by the hypocritical, self-righteous “media” and many “fans”.

    Keshawn is the 2nd most egomaniacal, diva WR’s ever to play this game, 2nd only to TO. He was kicked off the team for subordinance, and although was a contributor to the SB team, is also one of the reasons this team has been the epitome of mediocrity since the SB season. We gave up 2 #1 draft picks for this guy, who cried, bitched and complained the whole time. Ahhh…poor Meshawn…cry me a freakin river!!!

  8. pewterpirate99 Says:

    Well buccanAy just to let you know, we got back one of those coveted 1st rd picks you’re talking about. In the form of Anthony Becht and to my recollection Mr. Becht didn’t do much impress me at the TE position. Don’t hate……..appreciate. 2003 Super Bowl Championship, it was a team effort and ” Meshawn ” was a big part of that TEAM.