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Andre Johnson was seen pub-hopping with free agent safety Ed Reed last week in an attempt to lure him to the Houston Texans.
The team might consider making him a full-time scout as now he is trying to solve their longstanding issue with finding a number-two receiver.
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Ocho spoke in Houston about how it would an honor to play for the Texans. Honestly, it would be a good landing spot for a veteran wide receiver and Andre Johnson says he would put a word in for him.
“I haven’t set up any meetings. I could put a few words in, but that’s not my call,” said Andre Johnson. “I think he’ll get another opportunity. I think he’ll be very successful...
Per ProFootballTalk.com, latest developments show Andre Johnson has spoken with WR Chad Johnson, who is interested in playing in the NFL, particularly for the Houston Texans.
While “Ochocinco” admits he is in “no position to be picky,” Andre Johnson says Chad has talked to him about it and has said, “Chad’s been working out, he’s learned a lot about himself,” also...
Free agent wide receiver Chad Johnson told Comcast Sportsnet in Houston that he would love to play for the Texans, who could use a good number two receiver alongside Andre Johnson.
After last summers mess with Eveyln Loazada, I’m not sure NFL teams will be interested in Johnson. The biggest question though, is whether he has any good football left in him.
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Back in December, Chad Johnson made an open plea to all 32 NFL teams asking for another chance to play professional football.
Now, former Miami high-school opponent Andre Johnson is trying to recruit the teamless wide receiver for a roster spot on the Houston Texans.
"I haven't set up any meetings. I could put a few words in, but that's not my call," Andre...
The Baltimore Ravens are seemingly hemorrhaging star players at the moment.
The free agency purge does not have general manager Ozzie Newsome pushing the panic button.
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Chad Johnson is still unemployed, but he is not yet ready to call it a career. Find out which team he mentioned he would love to play for.
After much anticipation and talk of free agent safety Ed Reed signing with the Houston Texans on Friday, it was all quickly shot down when Reed left home for Atlanta with no deal.
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- The Texans signed their only restricted free agent in Andrew Gardner who was an offensive tackle on the roster last season.
- Free agent running back Justin Forsett has signed...
Despite being 35 years old, Chad Johnson could still have some left in the tank to give it another go in the NFL. Johnson was last seen with the Miami Dolphins last season, but was cut before the season even started due to a situation that happened with his wife Evelyn Lozada.
Now almost a year away from the incident, I think most NFL teams will put that situation behind...
Reports have surfaced the Houston Texans could be interested in free agent outside linebacker, Elvis Dumervil. The Texans were linked with contacting Dumervil along with the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions.
Dumervil was going to take a pay cut to stay with the Denver Broncos after a fax machine and lack of communication led to his release. He would like...
The Houston Texans were awarded the following compensatory picks for the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft in April.
Texans received compensatory picks in the 3rd and 6th rounds of next month’s draft. They’ve had 5 n their history, all in 6th and 7th rounds
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 19, 2013
These picks will go along with their seven picks, with one in each round including...
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Houston Texans’ initial offer was lower than free agent safety Ed Reed expected, but they’re still in the hunt to sign him.
Sources say Texans’ initial offer for Ed Reed came in lower than expected, which is why there wasn’t a fast deal. But they’re still in it
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 19, 2013