Former Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson was in his first year of eligibility for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Johnson played nine seasons with the Lions before suddenly retiring at the age of 30. At 35 years old, Johnson will be the third player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at age 35 or younger.
Despite his successful career, Johnson only played in two postseason games. Johnson finished his career as the Lions' leader in receptions (731), yards (11,619) and receiving touchdowns (83).