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Former LSU football player and current outside linebacker coach Dennis Johnson has signed a two-year contract with the school worth $180,000 a year, according to The Advocate:
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Johnson will make $180,000 a year in a contract that runs through the 2018 season, according to a copy of the agreement that the school made available. Johnson, a 28-year-old Mississippi native, worked as a defensive graduate assistant before his September promotion. He worked as a transient employee, receiving an hourly rate, during his interim stint in October, November and December.

He’s the latest assistant to sign a new contract, joining defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, secondary coach Corey Raymond and new offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
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Lexman188 months
Who's Sam Nader?
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Joecaster0688 months
That a baby meatball! Sons paid!
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CarterWilson71788 months
pay the man
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Bottom988 months
Meatball finna eat. From an hourly rate to $180,000 a year. Good lord.
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comalking88 months
Good job meatball
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PrimetimeDaBoss88 months
MEATBALL! MEATBALL! MEATBALL!
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VesperiaLSU88 months
Is meatball his nickname?
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Solo Cam88 months
I honestly believe he secured this job with K'Lavon
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Bkaaw88 months
Hard work got this man paid.... the American dream
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Lexman188 months
I guess Dennis is the big black guy on the left(28 years old). The white guy on the right looks like Ted Danson!
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LSUtiger8988 months
That's Sam Nader
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txbd88 months
He does look like Ted Danson though
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