Found March 18, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
PLAYERS: Andre Johnson
TEAMS: Houston Texans
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, get back to the Chad that we’re used to seeing playing football.” Unfortunately for Ocho, it appears that the Texans have other plans. For those tweeting and asking if Texans are interested in Chad Johnson, the answer is no. They want to get younger and faster opposite AJ. — John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 18, 2013 Now, this is just a reporter talking, so never say never, but right now, Ocho might have to look for another home.

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