Brendan Maloy
Tuesday May 13th, 2014

Andre Johnson caught 109 passes for the Texans last season. (Bob Levey/Getty Images) Andre Johnson caught 109 passes for the Texans last season. (Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson says he currently has no plans to attend team OTAs or minicamp, and is wondering if the team is still a good fit for him, according to Tania Ganguli of ESPN.

The Texans began team minicamps last Tuesday without their top receiver and will likely continue without him for the rest of voluntary workouts under the newly hired Bill O'Brien, the third head coach of Johnson's 12-year run with the team.

Johnson pulled down just five touchdown catches and averaged 87.9 yards per game last season. He said the team's disappointing 2-14 record was frustrating for him.

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