Tennessee Titan runs for 94-yard TD with victims’ names on shoes
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson wears a pair of shoes with the names of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. Joe Howell / AP
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson is one of many athletes or teams paying tribute to the Sandy Hook shooting victims in one way or another.
In Monday night’s game against the Jets, Johnson ran for 106 yards in the first half with his special shoes, including a 94-yard touchdown run.
The Jets wore SHES logos on the back of their helmets. The teams held a moment of silence before the game.