It didn't take long for Keshawn Johnson to re-sign with ESPN.
After being replaced on ESPN's Sunday Morning Countdown, the former NFL player has inked a new deal that will push him to ESPN and ESPN radio appearances, beginning next week, per SportsBusiness Daily.
Johnson, along with Mike Ditka, Cris Carter and Tom Jackson, have been replaced by Randy Moss, Charles Woodson, Matthew Hasselbeck and Trent Dilfer.
Johnson played 11 years in the NFL with four different teams.
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