Levack & Goz were joined by ex-NFL wide receiver and punt returner Billy 'White Shoes' Johnson on radio row in Minnesota.

Johnson played 14 years in the NFL and has a slew of accolades to his name. Johnson was a 3-time Pro-Bowler, 3-time first team All-Pro, and was named to the NFL's All-Decade team in the 70's and 80's.

Johnson was known for bring fun into the league with his creative touchdown dances.

"...As soon as I got in the end zone, I started dancing," Johnson said. And the reason that happened was that I did it with regularity in college. And I didn't wanna dance in the end zone. I really didn't. And it just took over. I went to the sidelines and asked Bum [Phillips], 'what do you think about that?' He said, 'look if that's what it takes I hope you do a lot more of the dancing.'"

Listen to the whole interview HERE:

Make sure to listen to Levack & Goz all week as they bring you the latest from radio row ahead of Super Bowl LII in Minnesota.

Oh, and did we mention the dance lessons?