For the first time in voluntary offseason workouts, Buffalo Bills receiver Steve Johnson was on the field. He had been forced to watch previous practices because of a lower back injury.
"It definitely feels good to just be out there on the field, even through the little pains I have," Johnson said.
"It's getting better every week. They gave me a six- to eight-week thing to even get on the field, and it's only been about three, so I feel good."
While it's certainly good news that Johnson's back issue appears to be clearing up, he still has a very unsettled QB situation. Buyer beware.