Now that the 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone, the biggest story in the NFL is the future of Houston Texans’ wide receiver Andre Johnson.
Johnson has been one of the league’s elite wide receivers since the Texans selected him with the third-overall pick in the first round of the 2003 NFL Draft.
Johnson has enjoyed his stay in Houston, but has recently began to wonder if he has a future in Houston and if he would better off moving one. The New England Patriots, who have a huge need at the position, have already been brought up in connection with Johnson.
However, John McClain of The Houston Chronicle doesn’t think Johnson is going anywhere.
Andre Johnson isn’t going anywhere. He won’t get traded. He isn’t retiring. They’ll get it worked out with AJ. They always do.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) May 14, 2014
Although Johnson is 32, he is still one of the most productive players in the entire league as Jeff Howe of The Boston Herald points out.
Andre Johnson turns 33 in July, but in the last 2 seasons, he leads the NFL w/ 221 catches and is 2nd w/ 3,005 yards. Still a No. 1.
— Jeff Howe (@jeffphowe) May 14, 2014
Johnson made 109 catches for 1,407 yards and five touchdowns in 2013.