Johnson, 31, averaged 4.6 points and 4.5 rebounds a game for the Sixers last season.
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The contract is for the veteran minimum of $2.393 million.
Sixers coach Brett Brown — now the interim president of basketball operations — considers Johnson an important culture builder with his young core.
The Sixers are signing back two important leadership pieces, Johnson and guard JJ Redick, on one-year deals.
Philadelphia also acquired Denver Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler in a trade on Friday.