WR hands over money, jewelry

BERKELEY, Calif. -- Keyshawn Johnson was mugged at gunpoint Wednesday, robbed of money and jewelry but unhurt, police said.

They said the wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was
accosted up by two men as he was talking on his cell after walking
out of a barber shop.

"Johnson gave up his money and jewelry and the suspects fled,"
Lt. Eric Gustafson said.

No arrests have been made.

Johnson, a two-time Pro Bowl receiver, was deactivated for the
final six games of last season, and the Buccaneers plan to either
trade or release him. He was the first pick in the 1996 draft by
the New York Jets, who traded him to Tampa Bay three years ago for
two No. 1 draft choices.