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AFC East: Buffalo Bills trade Stevie Johnson to San Francisco 49ers

As some speculated, the Bills have done away with their veteran wide receiver, Stevie Johnson, to the 49ers for a conditional fourth round pick, which can become a third. The news was first reported by ESPN?s Adam Schefter. As Schefter also noted, the Bills essentially traded a 2015 first rounder for Sammy Watkins, given the [?]

As some speculated, the Buffalo Bills have done away with their veteran wide receiver, Stevie Johnson, trading him to the San Francisco 49ers for a conditional fourth round pick, which can become a third.

The news was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. 

As Schefter also noted, the Bills essentially traded a 2015 first rounder for Sammy Watkins, given the latest developments. Is it still too rich of a price? We shall see – as Buffalo seemingly shifts into win-now mode.

Stevie Johnson played in 12 games in 2013, accumulating just under 600 yards on 52 receptions, and three touchdowns. During his six seasons with the Bills, he gained a reputation as a Darrelle Revis kryptonite.

The Bills wide receiver depth chart now starts like this: Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, Marquise Goodwin

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