Due $10.2M in 2020, Johnson was a non-factor in 2019, rushing for 345 yards and two touchdowns and doing most of his damage as a receiver with 36 receptions and four touchdowns. Any way you slice it, Johnson was rendered unneeded by both Chase Edmonds followed by Kenyan Drake, acquired in October. Drake, a free agent in 2020, stepped in as the bell-cow and produced three one hundred yard games and eight touchdowns. At 28 years of age, Johnson, DLF's RB31, has seen a quick deflation of his dynasty 'balloon' and needs a scenery change and guaranteed touches to reclaim any former value. Even should a trade occur, it may serve dynasty owners best to capitalize via any increase in value by trading away the once-great runner.