Bills receiver Stevie Johnson isn’t quite ready to call himself 100 percent healthy after offseason groin surgery, but he was running well at Organized Team Activities, and at the first practice of training camp he said he could do everything he needs to do on the field.
“I am still about the same [as OTAs],” Johnson said, via BuffaloBills.com. “About 90-plus [percent]. I never really say a hundred because nobody is perfect here. But I feel good about it. I do not feel anything in my groin so I am pretty good.”
Asked if that means he’s full-go, Johnson answered, “Yeah, full-go.”
Johnson said he feels a lot better running routes and catching passes than he did rehabbing from surgery.
“It is just a great feeling to get back in the swing of things and to be back comfortable,” Johnson said. “I am ready to get back into that mode of ballplayer, ballplayer, ballplayer instead of the offseason stuff. It is a good feeling to be back.”
There’s been a lot of good feeling coming out of Buffalo this offseason. Johnson is one of many Bills players who seems to be feeling good this year.