By Drew Bradley, Lions Correspondent, Tue, Feb 24th 2:59am EST
Detroit Lions' WR Calvin Johnson is finally healthy after having surgery last offseason and battling a high ankle sprain for most of the 2014 season. There has been some speculation that as his salary cap hit grows each year the Lions will have to move him elsewhere, but Detroit Lions' GM Martin Mayhew insists that Johnson will be "around for a very long time." (Source: mLive.com
Fantasy Impact: Calvin Johnson will be turning 30 this year, and owners may be wary about keeping him after he just, barely, eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark and consistently struggled with injuries throughout the past two years. However, he won't need any surgery this offseason, and claims to feel better than he has in years, so if you have him, keep him.