— Rich RichardHarmon23 October 9 2018

first_img— Rich (@RichardHarmon23) October 9, 2018 hopefully the pilot turned left and right some and didn’t just fly straight ahead every play. that would be a huge waste of a generational fighter jet.— Seth (@Settthhhhhh) October 10, 2018 RB @DavidJohnson31 will be flying in an F-16 today at @LukeAFB. Follow on IG Stories (azcardinals) & Snapchat (SnapAZCardinals) pic.twitter.com/MF9doEHEOL— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) October 9, 2018Johnson capped the 10-second video by telling Cardinals fans to “Pray for me.”Related LinksKeim: Cardinals fans should ‘tread lightly’ when it comes to trade rumorsRB David Johnson is still the foundation of the Cardinals’ offenseCardinals feed off high standards for DE Chandler JonesWhether he wants fans to pray for his safety or pray that he gets more than four targets this week against Minnesota is unclear, but his schooling payed off when he took flight on Tuesday.He took flight with members of the 56th Fighter Wing, which is currently the Air Force’s only active-duty F-16 training wing. According to the Luke Air Force base website, the 56th Fighter Wing is responsible for the graduation of more than 400 pilots and 300 air control professionals each year.A slideshow picturing Johnson’s time on the base is available on the Cardinals’ website.As usual, social media had a field day with Johnson’s first experience as a pilot. Top Stories At least our Air Force is utilizing our all pro running back 🤷‍♂️ Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Gonna be a rush.*see what I did there?*— C Alan Payne (@CAlanPayne1) October 9, 2018 Live look in at Arizona’s offense… pic.twitter.com/tkn1ZIgrgq— Meat Popsicle (@Hotdog_Phingers) October 10, 2018 Gonna be just like running sprints on the football field. (I mean,…it’s not like @DavidJohnson31 hasn’t broken the sound barrier before! Dude JOGS at Mach 3!) 😂— Mooseman21 (@Moosemanzata) October 10, 2018 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments   Share   It’s often been thrown around that the sky’s the limit for Cardinals running back David Johnson, but that may not be the case anymore.Earlier this week, Johnson visited the Luke Air Force Base in Litchfield Park, Ariz. to co-pilot an F-16 Fighter Jet. Yes, you read that correctly.The Arizona Cardinals’ official Twitter account posted a video taken by Johnson during his flight school training at the base. Last time I checked, phones aren’t allowed in school but I guess you can do what you want when you’re one of the top running backs in the world. (Twitter photo | @AZCardinals) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more