Charles Johnson was a former first-round pick in the NFL. He was also a Super Bowl champion. Charles, who played in the NFL for nine seasons, sadly died at the age of 50, and his fans all over are grief-stricken.

According to TMZ, Johnson had been working as an assistant athletic director at a high school in North Carolina. On Tuesday, the school revealed the heartbreaking news. They revealed it in a tweet by stating, “RIP Coach. You will be missed by so many, especially your Husky Family.”

The Pittsburgh Steelers took Johnson #17 overall in the 1994 NFL Draft. He was selected just a few picks after the Colts selected Marshall Faulk. He then went on to have a successful professional career.

Johnson was a key component in Tom Brady’s first-ever Super Bowl victory. He was a member of the 2001 New England team that defeated Kurt Warner’s Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI. He left the NFL after the 2002 season.

The reason for death has not been revealed. We hope he is now in a better place. RIP To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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