The San Francisco 49ers spent all last season struggling with depth at the wide receiver position, but that shouldn't be a problem in 2014.
"Right now, we're all ones," Johnson told the team's official website Tuesday. "The defense has gotta pick their poison, whether they're going to double-team Anquan, whether they're going to double-team Crab, Vernon, me, Q.P. is coming in -- you gotta pick your poison."
It's a stark reversal from last autumn, when Boldin was the only wide receiver to catch more than 20 passes for the 49ers during the regular season.
Coordinator Greg Roman now has the opportunity to show more three-wideout sets with the addition of Johnson, who rolled out three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons before injuries limited him to 597 receiving yards in 2013.