Stevie Johnson caught his lone target for five yards in Sunday's third preseason game versus San Diego.
CSN Bay Area doesn't consider Stevie Johnson a lock to win the 49ers' No. 3 receiver job.
CSN Bay Area suggests Stevie Johnson will have to "clearly" win the No. 3 receiver job due to his scheduled $3.925 million salary.
CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco is taking the "under" on 60 receptions for Stevie Johnson this year.
49ers acquired WR Stevie Johnson from the Bills in exchange for a 2015 fourth-round pick.
WGR 550 Buffalo expects the Bills to "do what they can" to try and trade Stevie Johnson.
Sources tell WGR 550 Buffalo that the Bills will likely put Stevie Johnson on the trade block if they draft a wide receiver early.
Stevie Johnson admitted to not working out last offseason.
ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak expects the team to keep Stevie Johnson for 2014.
ESPN.com's Mike Rodak considers Stevie Johnson's roster spot in jeopardy.
NFL Network's Albert Breer suggests Stevie Johnson "could be moved" if the Bills draft Texas A&M WR Mike Evans at No. 9 overall.
Bills coach Doug Marrone insists Stevie Johnson remains in the team's 2014 plans.
Stevie Johnson is owed a $1.75 million roster bonus in March.
WGR 550 Buffalo considers Stevie Johnson a potential cap casualty.