Johnson cut his salary from $7.95 million to $4.25 million, though he can add another $1.75 million in incentives. A year ago, the Texans had DeAndre Hopkins, JJ Watt, DeShaun Watson, Will Fuller, and David Johnson as their core players. Going into next season, it's quite possible Johnson will be the last one standing among that group. It's quite unbelievable considering he was only able to post 691 rushing yards, 314 receiving yards and eight touchdowns last season. On the plus side, the Texans currently have very few draft picks so he may not end up having a lot of competition next season. Johnson is currently our RB40 and could be a bit of an RB2 bargain if he doesn't get more competition in camp.