Texans' Johnson might show up for camp

By By The Sports Xchange
Published On: Jul 22 2014 03:36:33 PM EDT
Updated On: Jul 22 2014 03:36:39 PM EDT

Wide receiver Andre Johnson skipped organized team activities and minicamp during the spring because he was upset with the Houston Texans' direction, but he might report to training camp on time, the Houston Chronicle reported Tuesday.

Johnson was seen at the team's facility on Monday. ESPN reported that he was there to learn the new offense being put in by first-year coach Bill O'Brien, with whom Johnson has remained in contact while staying away from the team. The Chronicle indicated that the seven-time Pro Bowler was there to talk with team officials.

Frustrated by the Texans' lack of success and the prospect of another rebuilding process this year, Johnson said earlier this year that he's not sure he wants to be in the organization any longer.

The Texans' first practice is Saturday morning. Rookies and injured players reported Monday.

Johnson was drafted by the Texans in the first found in 2003. Last season, he had 109 receptions for 1,407 yards and five touchdowns. The 12-year veteran has 927 career catches for 12,661 yards and 61 touchdowns.


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