Superstar wide receiver nicknamed Megatron who led the NFL in receiving yards in 2012 while playing for the Detroit Lions.
He had a standout season for Georgia Tech in 2006, winning both the Fred Biletnikoff Award and the ACC Player of the Year Award.
In 2012, he signed an extension with the Lions worth $132 million - making him one of the highest paid players in the history of the NFL.
His mother Arica Johnson helped him negotiate his $132 million contract.
He was joined on the Detroit Lions by quarterback Matthew Stafford in 2009 and once Stafford overcame a series of injuries, he and Megatron combined to form one of the most dominant offensive duos in the NFL.