Found February 02, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
PLAYERS: Steve Johnson
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
Stevie Johnson will break new ground this offseason. He'll act like an NFL football player.The Buffalo Bills' No. 1 receiver, speaking on The Jim Rome Show Friday, admitted that he never followed the team's recommended offseason workout program the past four years, instead opting to shelve it and "just, like, play basketball and run around the block.""I probably shouldn't be saying this," Johnson told Rome, via Buffalo Rumblings. "Yeah, they give us the booklet and stuff, but I get it and I put it in a drawer. I really don't do it." Good news for the Bills, though. Johnson said he's "actually going to work out" this time."This year we've got a new staff, and you know, I've had three seasons with a thousand yards, and that's like without doing, like, real football work," Johnson said. "So you know, who knows what happens if I really put in work? Maybe I can eclipse a thousand and go into twelve...
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