posted his fifth 100-catch season as the Texans
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When the 2013 season began, the Houston Texans had aspirations of being a playoff team. Then-quarterback Matt Schaub even went as far as to suggest it was "Super Bowl or bust" for the Texans.
Things started off as expected, as Houston won its first two games of the season, but the Texans never found themselves in the win column after that, dropping 14 straight games to finish the season.
That led the Texans to a new coach in Bill O'Brien and the NFL draft's No. 1 overall selection in South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, but that may not be enough for All-Pro wide receiver Andre Johnson, who questioned his future with the team on Tuesday afternoon, according to ESPN's Tania Ganguli.
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Speaking at the Houston Area Women's Center after making a charitable donation with the proceeds from his golf tournament, Johnson reportedly expressed concern for his future with the Texans, citing consistent losing and coaching turnover as reasons behind his frustration.
In addition, Johnson said he didn't plan to attend the team's OTAs or minicamp.
Johnson has almost never made headlines with his comments to the media, but it appears the third overall pick in the 2003 draft may have reached his breaking point, especially given Houston's lack of an established quarterback and uncertainty for the 2014 season and beyond.