Kevin Johnson tabbed ESPN's 'surprise standout' for Bills

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Kevin Johnson tabbed ESPN's 'surprise standout' for Bills
Kevin Johnson tabbed ESPN's 'surprise standout' for Bills

The 2019 NFL season is young. Games are very far away but players are still working toward securing roster spots. Thus far, Kevin Johnson is among that grouping of talent. The veteran cornerback earned recognition for his strong spring from ESPN, as the outlet named him the team's “surprise offseason standout” recently: The No. 16 overall pick in 2015 was a disappointment in Houston, missing 29 games because of injury over his final three seasons (2016-18). The Bills signed him to a one-year, $3 million deal in March. He has participated in OTAs with the second-team defense but is expected to compete with Levi Wallace and E.J. Gaines for a starting role. Johnson had an interception in an OTA

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