The Facts: We haven't heard much about Johnson since the Colts made it clear they didn't want him back. While that's not necessarily a good sign for his prospects for 2016, Johnson isn't giving up the dream. "I'm just training right now and waiting for an opportunity," the veteran wide receiver said, via Tania Ganguli of ESPN.com. "When that comes I'll take advantage of it."
Diehards Line:Johnson’s first 12 years with the Texans were brilliant (1,012 receptions, 13,597 yards, 64 touchdowns), despite the fact he never really had a quarterback to play with. But despite thinking he hit the jackpot with Andrew Luck, his one season in Indianapolis was forgettable, with just 41 receptions for 503 yards and four touchdowns. And with his 35th birthday looming in July, it might be hard to find someone ready to give him a chance.