1. Calvin Johnson was part of a weekly Bible study group with other Lions players.
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3. On March 8, 2016, Calvin Johnson announced his retirement from the NFL after nine seasons.
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5. Calvin Johnson was named to the 2014 Pro Bowl, but an injury forced him to withdraw.
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9. On March 14, 2012, Calvin Johnson signed an eight-year extension worth with the Detroit Lions, with guaranteed, making Johnson the highest-paid receiver in the league.
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10. In 2011, Calvin Johnson had his second best statistical season of his NFL career, reaching a career-high 1,681 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns.
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11. Calvin Johnson was selected to the first Pro Bowl of his career.
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19. Calvin Johnson sustained a lower back injury after making a catch over two Philadelphia Eagles defenders on September 23, 2007.
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26. Calvin Johnson earned All-ACC honors for the second straight year and was a semifinalist for the Fred Biletnikoff Award.
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27. Calvin Johnson ended his freshman campaign against Syracuse University in the Champs Sports Bowl, where he recorded a touchdown.
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28. Calvin Johnson was the Jackets' leading receiver with 48 catches for 837 yards and seven scores, which were Georgia Tech freshman records.
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30. Calvin Johnson attended the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he played for head coach Chan Gailey's Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team from 2004 to 2006.
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33. Calvin Johnson tied Michael Irvin's record for most 100-yard games in a season with 11.
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