Johnson's life always a battle of good and evil

Tank Johnson knows the more success he and the Bears have on the field, the brighter the spotlight will shine on his off-the-field problems, writes Wayne Drehs.

Updated: January 19, 2007, 2:05 PM ET
By Wayne Drehs | ESPN.com

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- As politely as he possibly can say it, Tank Johnson would like the questions to just go away. The queries about the guns and ammo in his suburban home, the murder of Willie Posey, his roommate, friend and bodyguard. He wishes it all would just disappear.

But Johnson knows better. He knows that the more he makes plays like the one he did last Sunday, sacking Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck late in the divisional playoff game to save the Bears' season temporarily, ...

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