With negotiations between the Bills and Stevie Johnson currently at a stand still, there is a chance that the wide receiver may play his final game with the team on Sunday. "Last week playing at the Ralph, I thought about it, walking around, walking off the field looking at the crowd, it seems kind of crazy that these four years went kind of fast," Johnson said. Johnson recently said he is seeking a contract that averages under $9 million per season, which would land him among the NFL's top paid wide receivers. Should the Bills choose to make him their franchise player, giving him a one-year extension in a sense, at a price tag of over $10 million for one year. "Being in the city and they've adopted me, and I've thought about it, I'm still pretty sure that I'll be here next year, but if not, it's pretty crazy," he said.