The resigning of Steve Johnson did alot more for this franchise than you may think. Aside from the obvious ways this helps the Bills allow me to point out some things that are more under the radar but of equal importance. For one thing it shows future prospects that the organization does respect the effort players put forth to become better. How would you feel about being drafted by a team that despite your showing marked improvement over the first couple of seasons you play for them they don’t want to reward you for it.? Lets face it the ideal script for any players story is get drafted, play well (within the first three seasons), and sign a huge contract that’ll set them financially-n-retire from that team. Unfortunately this rarely happens in the modern NFL era, this like so many other things in the world just isn’t like it used to be. The mutual loyalty between player and organization is nonexistent far to often so any sign that it could be there would be a welcomed sight for a rookie to see. It also keeps the chemistry intact between your number one wr position and your quaterback (Ryan Fitzpatrick). It’s good to know that going into next season there’s a connection you know you can rely on.