Veteran WR Andre Johnson retires

Less than a week after announced his retirement, another ex-Houston Texans player retired.

Wide Receiver on Monday told his plan of retirement to his team.


The 35-year-old Johnson served for the before coming to the Titans, and before then he spent last season with the Colts after 12 sensational campaigns with the , who made him the third overall pick of the 2003 out of the University of Miami.

The most important and successful player in Texans history, Johnson finishes his celebrated career with a whopping 1,062 regular-season catches for 14,185 yards and 70 touchdowns.

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NFL-CHINA-SHOPHe has seven seasons with 1,000-yard campaigns, which is three more than . Andre was named to the Hall of Fame in 2014. Voting for the Hall is often dubious, but Johnson deserves to be seen as a plug-and-play entry for Canton.

Johnson did not play much for the Colts last season, and this season he also difficult to get the opportunity to attend in the Titans, he just completed nine catches for 85 yards and two touchdowns — with all of it coming prior to Week 6.

According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, Johnson continued the campaign this season is to prove he can play better than last season in the Colts and worked like crazy to join the Titans and try to get into the team’s rotation at WR.

But Johnson’s playing time is still very little, “For Andre Johnson is the time to leave — there is nothing to prove.” Rapoport said. “It’s just when he decides to retire.”