The face-to-face meeting didn't produce a resolution to Johnson's contract demands but Reinfeldt said he still felt the encounter was a good one.
"I'm not sure there was any progress made, but I do think it was beneficial to meet," the GM said in a statement. "We were able to discuss several different elements of a potential contract, but there was no agreement on those topics."
Reinfeldt indicated he would meet with Johnson's agent, Joel Segal, again "in the next day or so."
Johnson, who has totaled more than 1,000 yards rushing in each of his three NFL seasons, including 2,006 in 2009, is seeking a renegotiation that published reports indicate would make him the highest-paid running back in NFL history.