Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson

If you ever wondered how a Transformer would perform in professional football, Calvin Johnson may suffice your curiosity. Dubbed "Megatron" by his teammate, Johnson has been a dominant wide receiver since he joined the NFL in 2007. He broke the single season record for receiving yards in 2012 with 1,964 yards. Johnson and QB Matt Stafford have helped lead the Detroit Lions from mediocrity and into a weekly offensive powerhouse.

About Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson (born November 1, 1962) is an American guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, music producer, and disc jockey born in Seattle, Washington, US. Known for his uniquely deep, droning singing voice, Johnson was a founding member of the bands Cool Rays, Beat Happening, The Go Team, Dub Narcotic Sound System, and The Halo Benders. Calvin Johnson is also the founder and owner of the influential indie label K Records, and has been cited as a major player in the beginning of the modern independent music movement. As a prominent figure in the Olympia music scene, he was one of the major organizers of the seminal International Pop Underground Convention. Calvin's first introduction to underground culture was in 1977 when he became a volunteer at Olympia's community radio station, KAOS-FM, at the age of fifteen.