The German Football Professional Jakob Johnson is reluctant after joining the NFL title candidate Las Vegas Raiders.
“My goal is the same as every year: to create it in the squad to find a way to help the team, and to be better,” said the fullback on Sunday at a training camp in his home Stuttgart.
Johnson dares the leap from the New England Patriots to Player Paradise for the new season, where the Raiders want to put together a Super Bowl team.
“I’ve only been there to sign my contract. But the Raiders fanbase is definitely very passionate,” said the 27-year-old.
The time in the National Football League is finite and can be over quickly, that also knows Johnson.
“I definitely want to have anything to do with football and try to further enlarge the title candidate in Germany. Even if my player career ends sometime,” he said.