Cardinals RB Chris Johnson’s life was saved by fluke timing

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Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson signed a contract extension with $30 million guaranteed in 2011 when he was with the Tennessee Titans. Whether you have 30 million dollars or 30 cents, it doesn’t matter one iota when a gun is fired directly at you. You have to read this frightening tale of how the smallest details in life and their coincidental timing can be a matter of life and death.

FOX’s Jay Glazer provides a harrowing detail regarding Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson ’s shooting incident from the offseason:

“It’s amazing that Chris is starting today and more amazing that Chris Johnson is alive today. By now a lot of you know that he was shot in the shoulder this offseason and that his friend was shot and killed. But a lot of you don’t know though that the bullet that killed his friend was headed toward Chris and he got a text message and leaned forward to look at that text message. When he did that, that’s when that bullet passed by him and unfortunately took his friend.”

Paul M. Banks owns, operates and writes The Sports Bank.net, which is part of the FOX Sports Engage Network. Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, currently contributes to the Chicago Tribune RedEye edition. He also appears regularly on numerous talk radio stations all across the country. Catch him Tuesdays on KOZN 1620 the Zone. 

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