Seemingly, ankle-breaking running back Jamaal Charles and tackle-hoarding linebacker Derrick Johnson are two very different people.
The former is a backfield blur; the latter is a backfield bomber.
Charles is a Spurs fan.
Somebody tell LeBron to put back on his headband.. So the Spurs can win tonight...— Jamaal Charles (@jcharles25) June 19, 2013
Johnson? Not so much.
Heat!!!! Them boys aint ready to go home man.— Derrick Johnson (@superdj56) June 19, 2013
No. 25 is an outspoken socialite who's one round trip away from passing Clark Kent in frequent-flyer miles.
In the offseason, he's never not doing something—his daily planner looks like it should have Britannica stamped on the side of it.
He served as a celebrity waiter at Sullivan's Steakhouse (NSFW: He handles carries better than criticism).
I'm a running back https://t.co/Z1K8Q9dmS6— Jamaal Charles (@jcharles25) May 29, 2013
Signed the great wall of autographs before a Pepsi shoot.
Dropped some Sports Science.
Phoned a friend (Branden Albert) to debunk Shaq's Buick commercial.
BA got my Lambo lookin like a clown car https://t.co/PTqfJzxrKp— Jamaal Charles (@jcharles25) June 23, 2013
Draped cover sheets on his TPS reports before NFL AM (damn you, Lumbergh).
And he filled Bleacher Report in on how he plans to bankrupt Eric Fisher.
Charles once burned a 4.32 40 time into scouting notes—life in the fast lane comes natural.
Johnson, on the other hand, is more like a reserved trucker merging into the carpool lane.
awkward moment with my son and niece. Lol , Smh. pic.twitter.com/BWAQcH6OoX— Derrick Johnson (@superdj56) June 13, 2013
However, the teammates' ties trace further back than the Chiefs: The Pro Bowl tandem both spent their college years at the University of Texas.
The two teamed up for offseason training at the capital of "Hook 'Em" nation: Austin, Texas. Judging by the evidence, they work out by day and roam Gotham by night.
Johnson tweeted out a photo of the All-Pros after anaerobic training.
The pictured elevation masks simulate high-altitude conditions and are becoming increasingly popular amongst athletes (and Mortal Kombat participants).
In order to be the best, you have to beat the best.
A pair of Chiefs obviously have Mile High on the mind.
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