Throughout the past couple of days of practice, anytime the Buffalo Bills were going through special teams drills you could find wide receiver Steve Johnson on the stationary bike staying loose. As it turns out, there was a reason for that.
After Wednesday's practice, Johnson admitted the groin injury that he had surgery on in the off-season has started bugging him the past two days.
"The entire training camp I was good," the wideout said in reference to his groin. "[Wednesday], I don't know if this happened [Tuesday] or what not but I guess it just got a little sore. It's no like pop or injury -- just sore that's all it is."
Although it was his right side that bogged him down for a couple of days at training camp, he confirmed that it was indeed the left side that provided the soreness. The left is the side operated on in a case of a minor off-season procedure. Johnson didn't miss any reps throughout the practice the past two days, and said he doesn't expect miss any time.