The euphoria over what the Houston Texans did in last week’s draft didn’t last long.
Less than a week after taking Jadeveon Clowney with the top overall pick in the draft and their possible quarterback of the future in Pittsburgh’s Tom Savage, one of the team’s biggest stars may want out of town.
Long time Texan Andre Johnson now says he isn’t sure if Houston is the best place for him to continue his career.
“Nobody has been here as long as I have. I’ve been thinking about things this off season and have wondered if this is the place for me,” Johnson told reporters on Tuesday.
Johnson says he hasn’t talked to team officials about his frustrations over another rebuilding effort.
“I haven’t went to anybody about a contract. I haven’t asked for a trade. It’s just something I am thinking about right now,” Johnson stated.
Johnson skipped a voluntary minicamp last week. Team officials had said they were not worried that he wasn’t there.
Johnson was the team’s first round pick in 2003 and is Houston’s all time leader in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches. He also says he will not attend other team activities before training camp opens up in a couple of months.