Retired running back again who played 9 seasons in the NFL, including eight using the Cincinnati Bengals. He appreciated his greatest specific achievement in 2004, where he established a Bengals single-season hurrying record and was chosen towards the Pro Dish. He went to Thomas Dale SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, where he excelled on both edges from the ball. He was called SEC Participant of the entire year at Auburn School in 2000 and established a single-season record with ten one hundred-yard hurrying performances. He was created Burudi Ali Johnson, his middle name as an homage to renowned boxer Muhammad Ali. He performed alongside six-time Pro Dish wide recipient Chad Johnson as an associate from the Bengals.