Bills WR Steve Johnson said after the practice on the Bills' grass field he's about 90 percent recovered. Johnson revealed that the surgery he had performed early in May was actually to repair a tear in his groin, which he suffered during last year's training camp.
"Definitely, today was a big step. Still a lot of work to do. Mentally I feel [OK], everything else I think I am pretty good. My groin felt good. I still have to get over the mental aspect of it," he said. "That is why I wanted to come out for this minicamp. I can get acquainted to running routes and try to get over the mental aspect of being out there, cutting on my left leg and trying to trust it. I think this is big. I do not want to go into training camp thinking how I am thinking now out there. I think this is a big step."