Johnson will not play for second straight week; Thigpen to start at QB
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Saying he was "kind of disgusted with myself," a nervous-looking Larry Johnson apologized Wednesday for behavior that has led to an NFL investigation and to his benching for a second straight week.
"I want to start off saying I apologize to the Hunt family, my family, first and foremost, the fans, teammates, coaches and players," Kansas City's two-time Pro Bowl running back said.
"This is the first time in my life I actually had to stand up, I mean actually woke ...
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