#11 Stevie Johnson
Mar 7: The Chargers have released Johnson (knee). Per NFL.com, the move saves the Chargers $3.5 million. Johnson, who turns 31 in July, did not see any regular season action in 2016, following meniscus surgery in August. Assuming he is able to re-prove the soundness of his knee, Johnson should catch on elsewhere, given his level of experience, good size (6-foot-2, 207 pounds) and past production, notably during his stint with the Bills, which ended in 2013.
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