Even though both charges are misdemeanors, Johnson is currently on probation after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor weapons charge on Nov. 2, which stemmed from an arrest last June. The original charge was a felony count of aggravated unlawful possession of a weapon after police found a loaded gun in his SUV.
The league had the option to take further disciplinary action, but declined to do so, leaving the Bears to deal with the issue in house.
Johnson became a vital part of the Bears defensive tackle rotation throughout the season. He played in all 16 regular season games with 4 starts and finished fourth on the team with 5.0 sacks.