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David Duprey, Associated Press
Buffalo Bills' Stevie Johnson makes a catch during NFL football practice in Orchard Park, N.Y., Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011.

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Stevie Johnson could be down to playing his final games with the Buffalo Bills after contract talks broke off a few weeks ago.

Though the team's top receiver — and most colorful player — would prefer to re-sign with the Bills, Johnson is wondering where his future rests after the team rejected his last offer.

Johnson plans to "ride out" the final three games and see whether the Bills re-open talks before he's eligible to become a free agent this offseason.

He wouldn't divulge what his asking price was, but told The Associated Press it averaged out to less than $9 million a season — putting him in the mid-range of the league's No. 1 receivers.

Johnson has six touchdowns and leads Buffalo (5-8) with 63 catches for 790 yards.