Didn't Chris Johnson just get paid? So why is he selling sneakers on Twitter?
There are even rumors that they'll cut him before the February 9 deadline that would give him $9M guaranteed for next season, making him an unrestricted free agent.
Maybe that's why Johnson is trying to sell $180 sneakers on Twitter for $400.
Granted, these sneakers are generally sold on the secondary market for more than their retail value. The Air Jordan "Bred" 11 caused riots and shootings when it was released back in December, and they're regularly being sold for anywhere between $250 and $350.
Johnson, however, is trying to sell them on Twitter for $400, which is a ridiculous price no matter how you slice it.
Is he short on cash? Is he nervous about possibly getting released? Or is he just another clown swept up in the sneaker game, trying to flip a pair of sneakers for a ridiculous price?