Keyshawn Johnson to coach at a high school

AP

Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson’s quest to mold America’s youth continues.

Not content to simply teach driver’s ed to Justin Bieber, Johnson’s now becoming a football coach.

According to the Tampa Tribune, Johnson’s going to be an assistant coach at Mission Viejo High in California.

He’s apparently going to work with the team on Tuesdays and Wednesdays before heading east for his weekend work on ESPN, and is expected to make about half the team’s games. One of his sons is an incoming freshman at the school.

Johnson’s NFL experience will be valuable to the players, and former NFL quarterback Rob Johnson is also on staff.

That means the receivers can hold their hands up and say Just Give Me the Damn Ball, when the quarterback inevitably misses his target.