Derrick Johnson has been with the Kansas City Chiefs since he was drafted by them in 2005 with the 15th overall pick. However, it would appear that his 13-year stint with the team is now over as the team announced they will let him hit free agency this offseason.
And he’s looking to play more football despite his advanced age (for the NFL) of 35.
Johnson is a four-time Pro Bowler and has been a first-team All-Pro once in his career. He has over 1,100 career tackles as well as 27.5 sacks and 23 forced fumbles. This year, he appeared in 15 regular season games and recorded a forced fumble and fumble recovery as well as 48 solo tackles.