|Jarret Johnson Wiki|
|Birth Day||August 14|
|Birth Country||United States|
Jarret Johnson Bio
Jarret Johnson is a famous Football Player. Jarret Johnson was born in August 14, 1981 in United States. Veteran outside linebacker who excels in the 3-4 formation. Before joining the San Diego Chargers, he played nine seasons as a Raven.
|Full Name||Jarret Johnson|
Family, Dating, Relationship Records
When he was eight years old, he lost his father Ludwig. Jarret Johnson age in 2023 is 41 years. Jarret Johnson father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Jarret Johnson's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.
|Relative(s)||no relatives found|
|Relationship status||Under review|
|Currently dating with||under review|
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Height - How tall is Jarret Johnson?
Jarret Johnson is one of famous Football Player born in United States. According to Wikipedia, IMDb and some online newspaper, Jarret Johnson height currently under review. We will update the height once we complete the verification process.
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He ran back a Mark Sanchez fumble and scored a touchdown for the Ravens.
Pro Football Weekly named him one of the Top 10 Underrated Players in the NFL in 2009.
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Jarret Johnson?
Jarret Johnson net worth comes from Football Player. Being a famous Football Player, Jarret Johnson also earned money by TV Commercial, Sponsors & being some popular brands ambassador. However the information is currently under review. Once we are complete the review, we will update everything about Jarret Johnson's Net worths. As far our analysis, Jarret Johnson estimated net worth is $500k - $2.5 Million.
|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
|Source of net worth||Football Player|
|Information source||Forbes, Blumberg, Wikipedia & online newspapers|
He finished his career at University of Alabama with the second-most tackles for loss in school history.