His 14-year career is mostly known for his time with the Houston Texans. Johnson is the far-away franchise leader in receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, and receptions. The 35-year-old finishes his career ranked 10th all-time with 14,185 yards and ninth with 1,062 receptions.
His top years were in 2006 and 2008 with Houston, when he lead the league in receptions both seasons. The seven-time Pro Bowler also lead the NFL in receiving yards in '08 and 2009.
One top receiver that is returning is Percy Harvin, who announced Tuesday morning that he is coming out of retirement to sign with the Buffalo Bills for the remainder of the season. The 28-year-old announced his retirement in April after ending last season on injured reserve due to knee injuries.
The Bills added Harvin in the 2015 off-season, but he only played in the first five games due to hip and knee issues. Since he hasn't played in over a year, he is not expected to be active for Monday night's game with the Seahawks.
Harvin was selected with the 22nd overall pick in 2009 by the Vikings, and had 4,020 yards on 351 catches and 22 touchdowns prior to his retirement. He will definitely help out a Bills' receiving core that is currently playing without Sammy Watkins, Brandon Tate, Greg Salas, Marquise Goodwin, and Robert Woods.