A couple of days ago, we talked about the lack of Depth surrounding the Texans receivers ( read more… http://www.texanstickets.org/texans-only-weak-spot-wr ). The concern Pro-Bowl WR Andre Johnson missing more games in 2012, became ever more present this morning after Johnson Left the field with what is being described as a “minor groin tear.” In 2011, Johnson was sidelined for nine games after suffering a hamstring injury. Without Johnson on the field, the Texans are left with Kevin Walters, and a couple of rookie receivers, Devier Posey and Keshawn Martin. After the injury today, Johnson tried to resume to practice, but Texans Head Coach Gary Kubiak decided to play things safe and pull Johnson from practice for the next few days.
["Image by AJ Guel Photography via Flickr"][Texans coaching staff members will have to be the one restraining Andre Johnson this training camp season to ensure the superstar WR will be ready for the regular season.]
Johnson fell awkwardly running a route on Sunday morning and had an MRI exam later in the day that showed a “mild strain.”
“It just tightened up on me,” the five-time Pro Bowl receiver said. “I had hit the ground pretty hard, stretching out for a ball. That was pretty much it.”…More at Texans WR Johnson suffers mild groin strain
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