A week after one of the fastest men in the NFL was released, he’s in no hurry to sign with a new team. Or, perhaps more accurately, no team is in a hurry to sign him.

As of last Friday, Johnson was expected to join a new team by the middle of this week. The fact that he hasn’t strongly suggests that not much is going on.

It’s a bit of a surprise, given Johnson’s impressive six seasons of NFL performances. But with the man who drafted Johnson and coached him for three seasons (Rams coach Jeff Fisher) apparently not interested and the man who coached him for the most recent three seasons (Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak) apparently not pushing his new team to defer signing LeGarrette Blount until getting a crack at Johnson, the rest of the league could be heeding the message.