HOUSTON, TX - OCTOBER 02: Wide receiver Andre Johnson #80 of the Houston Texans is seen by team doctors after he pulled his hamstring against the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 2, 2011 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.Johnson left the game becasue of the injury. Texans won 17 to 10. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

Andre Johnson Injury: Status Unknown For Week 10

Andre Johnson has been out over a month already and his status for Week 10 is still unclear.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans WR Expects To Return Week 12

Andre Johnson believes he will return from a hamstring injury in Week 12 against the Jaguars, following the Texans upcoming bye. The Texans wide receiver has not played since undergoing surgery after he was forced off the field in Week 4 against the Steelers.

On Tuesday, he seemed confident that he would be ready to return to the field, via HoustonTexans.com's Nick Scurfield. "I feel like I'm ready. Right now, I don't have any doubt that I'll be back on the field next Sunday," Johnson said.

The Texans could use Johnson on the field to help out quarterback Matt Leinart, who will take over for the injured Matt Schaub.

Here's a fantasy take on the passing game from SB Nation's David Fucillo:

The Texans have also benefited lately from a mix of weak opponents that has allowed them to dominate in the running game. Arian Foster and Ben Tate have dominated lately and the passing attack has been able to take a step back.

When the Texans do pass the ball, Kevin Walter is the receiver who has most stepped up in place of Johnson. However, the team has been much more inclined to go to tight ends like Owen Daniels and Joel Dreessen. None of the Texans receivers remain anything more than flex options at best.

Get the latest updates with the on Andre Johnson Injury News StoryStream. For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams and follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury Status: Declared Out For Sunday Versus Tampa Bay

In a move that is not particularly surprising, Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak declared Andre Johnson out for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Johnson continues to try and work past a hamstring injury that required surgery a month ago. He injured the hamstring in the Texans week four victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers and has been sidelined ever since. The Texans hit their bye week after this game against Tampa Bay, so it is not surprising they would try to squeeze in one more week of recovery.

After losing back-to-back games following the injury, the Texans have won three straight as they have worked to spread around their passing attack. The Texans have also benefited lately from a mix of weak opponents that has allowed them to dominate in the running game. Arian Foster and Ben Tate have dominated lately and the passing attack has been able to take a step back.

When the Texans do pass the ball, Kevin Walter is the receiver who has most stepped up in place of Johnson. However, the team has been much more inclined to go to tight ends like Owen Daniels and Joel Dreessen. None of the Texans receivers remain anything more than flex options at best.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Gary Kubiak Expects Weekend Decision

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson remains a tough call for head coach Gary Kubiak as he continues to work back from hamstring surgery. Johnson suffered the hamstring injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week four and has been sidelined since. He has run four of the last five days, but did not run on Wednesday. Kubiak indicated Johnson will work with trainers on Thursday and be a weekend decision.

The Texans face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday and then have a bye week in week eleven. Given the questionable nature of Johnson's recovery, it would not be at all surprising to see him sit out week ten to get that extra week during the bye. The Texans could use him back in their offense, but they also hold a game and a half lead in the division with a game in hand against the second place Titans. It makes no sense to risk aggravating the injury if he could be good to go following the bye week.

In the meantime, Kevin Walter remains the best wide receiver option on the Texans, but that's not exactly a great option. Owen Daniels and Arian Foster have been two of the primary beneficiaries during Johnson's injury, with the rushing game carrying the load for much of the offense. Walter does not have a ton of upside, but he is a safe play if injuries have you rattled in week ten.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Out For Week 9, Texans Say

On October 2, Andre Johnson left the Houston Texans game with a hamstring injury and he hasn't played a down since then. This weekend will be the fifth consecutive game Johnson has missed as Texans head coach Gary Kubiak confirmed at his Friday press conference that Johnson would miss the game.

Johnson was originally expected to miss just three games but he also cautioned that it could be as many as six. 

The Texans have gone 2-2 in games without him starting so they've shown theycan win, but not necessarily consistently. Their passing game is ranked 11th in the league right now.

Johnson is still second on the team in receiving with 25 receptions for 352 yards, just behind TE Owen Daniels who has caught 31 balls for 415 yards.

The Texans host the Cleveland Browns this weekend in a game they're favored to win. But if they're going to make the postseason and win any games there, they'll need Johnson back in the game playing well.

Check out SB Nation's Battle Red Blog for more on Johnson and his injury.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Gary Kubiak Believes Texans WR Will Be Game-Time Decision

The Houston Texans wrapped up their Thursday practice and are getting some encouraging news from wide receiver Andre Johnson. According to head coach Gary Kubiak, Johnson felt better on Thursday and will still probably be a game-time decision Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.

Andre Johnson has been recovering from surgery on a hamstring injury and is still in the recovery window for the procedure. My guess is Johnson does not play this Sunday, but the good news is the Texans play an early game on Sunday. You will not find yourself rolling the dice on a 4:05pm ET start.

In the weeks since Andre Johnson went down with the hamstring injury, the Texans have had a mix of players step up in the receiving game. Since losing Johnson, Owen Daniels, Arian Foster, Jacoby Jones and Kevin Walter have all led the Texans in receiving at some point. Of the players on the fantasy football waiver wire, Walter and Jones are solid options. Walter is probably the safer of the two, while Jones has a bit more upside.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans WR Will Not Practice Today

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will not be on the field for the team’s Wednesday practice. Head Coach Gary Kubiak revealed that news to the Cleveland media in a conference call today ahead of Houston’s home game this week against the Cleveland Browns. Kubiak described Johnson’s status as day-to-day, and said that he has a chance of playing this week.

Johnson is dealing with a hamstring injury he suffered in Houston’s week 4 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has not played since that game.

Last week, Kubiak expressed some optimism that Johnson might play in their game against Jacksonville. Johnson, however, sounded less optimistic than his coach, noting that he was still having trouble opening up his stride while running.

A five-time Pro Bowl receiver, Johnson is has the second-most receptions, 25, and receiving yards, 352, for the Texans, despite not playing since week 4.

For more on Johnson and the Texans, head over to Battle Red Blog.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Status For Week 8 Coming Into Focus

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson was on the practice field today, getting closer to a return from a hamstring injury. According to reports from the Texans' practice today, Johnson told the media that he was feeling better "but not where I want to be." Johnson returned to practice for the first time after missing the Texans' last three games. 

As for his status this week, the Texans say it will most likely be a game-time decision. Houston hosts the Jacksonville Jaguars this week. Johnson pushed the envelope a little further in practice today, taking part in some one-on-one drills against defensive backs. 

In four games this season, Johnson has 25 receptions for 352 yards and two touchdowns. Johnson suffered his hamstring injury in a week 4 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Texans are 1-2 since losing their top wide receiver. 

For more on Johnson and the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog, SB Nation's Texans site. 

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Gary Kubiak, Johnson Differ On Optimism For Sunday

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson has returned to the practice field this week, but shortly after head coach Gary Kubiak expressed optimism about Johnson taking a "huge step" forward, Johnson responded with less optimistic information. According to Johnson, he can make cuts and run his routes without trouble, but he feels some tugging on the hamstring when he tries to open up his stride.

Johnson has been sidelined since suffering the hamstring injury week four. The post-surgery diagnosis was a three week absence give or take. He has missed three games thus far, so a return this week would put him right on schedule. The Texans have done fairly well on offense without Johnson, but getting him back in the mix would make life a lot easier for Matt Schaub.

Fantasy-wise, it would naturally impact the receiving numbers of the rest of the offense. It would be interesting to see how the team continues to use goes like Joel Dreessen who have had some interesting performances during Johnson's absence. Running back Arian Foster has been the biggest beneficiary from this injury as he has become a complete all purpose threat for the Texans. He will likely continue in that role, but obviously lose some targets to Johnson.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans WR Has A Chance To Play Sunday

Wide receiver Andre Johnson went down with a hamstring injury in early October and the word was that he would be out for at least three weeks, and up to six weeks. The good news for the Houston Texans offense is that there's a chance he could return to action this Sunday when the Texans host the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Head coach Gary Kubiak participated in a conference call with Jacksonville media and said that Johnson is "doing really well" and he has a chance to play this weekend.

I would sit here and tell you how important Johnson is to the team and winning this game but the Texans went out and stomped the Tennessee Titans 41-7 without him. That said, Johnson might be the most important offensive player for the Texans so Houston's offense will take him back as soon as they can.

The Texans are hosting the Jags this weekend and, with or without Johnson, we expect them to win.

Check out SB Nation's Battle Red Blog to see what Texans fans are saying about the possibility of having Johnson back.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: 'A Reach' To Play Sunday

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson continues to battle back from his hamstring injury, but it appears highly probable that Johnson will not be able to play this Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Johnson was told his recovery could take as long as six weeks, but he expected to return before then.

In two games since Johnson went down, Matt Schaub has used a variety of tight ends, running backs and receivers to boost the passing game. In Johnson's first missed game, Schaub focused on Arian Foster and the Texans' tight ends. This past Sunday, Jacoby Jones and Kevin Walter led the team in receiving.

Jacoby Jones will likely still be a big waiver wire pickup this week, but he is fairly inconsistent so don't expect monster performances week in and week out. Kevin Walter is the safer play on a weekly basis, albeit with less overall upside than Jones.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans WR Could Be Out 'Six Weeks At The Most'

The Houston Texans are 0-2 since receiver Andre Johnson went down with a hamstring injury in Week 4. While he says he is ahead of schedule in terms of rehab, he might still be out for another six weeks depending on how soon he recovers.

"I’m headed in the right direction," Johnson said. "I just want it to heal faster. Right now it’s still weak; it’s not as strong as it use to be."

"They say it could take up to six weeks at the most," Johnson said. "But I don’t think it will take me that long."

Suffice to say, it’s unlikely he’ll play in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.

Johnson is said to be ahead of schedule in term of rehab and has been running this week as he gets his hamstring back into playing shape.

For more on the Texans and Johnson, check out Battle Red Blog.

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Andre Johnson Says Injury Will Last 'Six Weeks At Most'

Andre Johnson, still recovering from a hamstring injury he suffered in Week 4 against the PIttsburgh Steelers, will not play this weekend at Tennessee, but he's optimistic about his recovery time:

"I'm headed in the right direction," Johnson said. "I just want it to heal faster. Right now it's still week; it's not as strong as it used to be. [The doctors] say it could take up to six weeks at the most, but I don't think it will take me that long."

A six-week time-table would put Johnson on schedule to return after the Texans' bye week for their November 27 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston fans will have to hope that Johnson's more optimistic prognosis is correct, as the Texans have really struggled since losing their All-Pro WR, with QB Matt Schaub throwing for only 220 passing yards in their 29-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday.

However, if Johnson rushes his rehabilitation too fast, he might come back too soon and re-injure his hamstring, keeping him from being 100% the rest of the season.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans WR Could Practice This Week

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson has missed the past two weeks due to a hamstring injury he suffered in Week 4 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Johnson underwent a surgical procedure designed to prevent scar tissue from forming next to a tear in his right hamstring. Without Johnson, the Texans have dropped their last two games, but may potentially have some good news for this weekend when they travel to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans.

"Maybe there's a chance he sees the practice field before the end of the week," Texans head coach Gary Kubiak told the medai about Andre Johnson's status today. "We'll have to wait and see," Kubiak added.

This is not to say that Johnson is a possibility to play this weekend, but it's a great sign for a Texans team who's struggled offensively in his absence. It certainly sounds like he's ahead of schedule.

For more on the Texans and Johnson, check out Battle Red Blog.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Texans WR Out For Week 6

The Houston Texans will be without the AFC's best receiver again in their Week 6 clash against the Ravens, and they have officially listed Andre Johnson as out on the injury point.

Those following Johnson's hamstring injury are unsurprised by this news. He missed last week's game, hasn't practiced at all this week, and could still be on the shelf for next week's matchup. Though head coach Gary Kubiak said he was "encouraged" by Johnson's progress, he doesn't seem any closer to returning.

Jacoby Jones will receive the start in AJ's absence, though he had just one reception for 9 yards last week despite being targeted 11 times. Kevin Walter caught a touchdown and a 41-yard bomb last week, so both seem adequate replacement options.

For more info and the fans' take on the Texans-Ravens matchup, visit SB Nation's Texans blog, Battle Red Blog and our Ravens blog Baltimore Beat Down.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Slim Chance He Could Be Back Week 6

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak chatted with the media on Monday and made some intriguing comments about injured wide receiver Andre Johnson. In discussing Johnson, Kubiak stated that he was day-to-day and he would not yet rule him out for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Johnson suffered a hamstring injury that required a surgical procedure expected to sideline him upwards of three weeks. He missed this past week's game, but now Kubiak thinks Johnson will try and practice during the coming days. The odds are slim that he will play against the Ravens, but it is worth checking the practice participation reports to see if he is in the mix.

The Texans were able to spread the ball around to a mix of players on Sunday against the Raiders. Arian Foster was their leading receiver, with Joel Dreessen, Owen Daniels and Kevin Walter getting into the mix significantly. The Raiders have had trouble in the past with tight ends so it is not surprising that Dreessen had success on Sunday. For fantasy purposes, Kevin Walter could be the guy to look to moving forward while Johnson remains out.

Jacoby Jones filled in for Johnson at the X role but only had one reception for nine yards. He once again remains a non-factor in fantasy. Kevin Walter is not a superstar wide receiver, but I would not be surprised to see him continue to take advantage of added playing time during Johnson's absence.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Surgery Could Sideline Him Three Weeks

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson left Sunday's game with a hamstring strain and the latest word is that the procedure he had done was a surgical procedure on the distal tendon of his hamstring. The source of that report indicated the three week recovery time is an accurate assessment as well. Such a recovery time would likely mean Andre Johnson is back on the field week eight at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars. That's what we call a favorable matchup.

In the meantime, Jacoby Jones will occupy Johnson's X role, which likely means a few more passes coming his way. Jones has not impressed in limited time this year and will look to advantage of what is really a huge opportunity. Owen Daniels would likely see a sizable increase in passes coming his way, but Jacoby Jones will be right up there. Jones is off to a slow start with only seven receptions, but coming off a bit of a breakout 51-catch season in 2010, he might be a bit of an undervalued asset right now. Maybe worth a spot if you've got someone at the bottom of your roster not worth keeping.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Johnson Out Two To Three Weeks

The Houston Chronicle confirmed that Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will miss up to three weeks with a hamstring injury. Johnson will undergo a surgical procedure that is designed to prevent scar tissue from forming next to a tear in his right hamstring.

He might recover in time for the Texans’ AFC South showdown with the Tennessee Titans. However, the Texans have been extra cautious with their players recovering from injuries, see Arian Foster, so he is expected to be out of action until October 30, when the Texans play the Jaguars.

The Texans will be without Johnson for what might be their most difficult stretch of the schedule. This week, they host the Oakland Raiders, and travel to Baltimore next week to face a tough Ravens team.

Wide receivers Jacoby Jones and Kevin Walter will replace Johnson, in as much as he can be replaced. Tight end Owen Daniels could see more targets as well.

For more on the Texans and Johnson, check out Battle Red Blog.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: John Clayton Reports Up To Three Week Absence

John Clayton went on Sportscenter Tuesday and reported that Andre Johnson would definitely miss Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders and could miss upwards of two to three weeks after that. The Texans have not provided specific confirmation, but Clayton generally has solid sources. We'll learn a little bit more as the week progresses and the team starts issuing their practice participation reports on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

As it currently stands, it is likely safe to move Andre Johnson to your bench and consider alternative wide receiver options. If your bench is a bit soft you could always consider adding Jacoby Jones who will attempt to fill Johnson's role in the offense at the X position. Owen Daniels is likely to benefit the most in terms of getting more looks from Matt Schaub, but when you remove the biggest weapon the team, it becomes a little easier for opponents to defend everybody else.

For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Gary Kubiak Unsure Of How Much Time Receiver Will Miss

We break down Andre Johnson's hamstring injury could mean for the wide receiver and fantasy football owners. For more on the Texans, check out Battle Red Blog. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams.

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Andre Johnson's Status Still Unknown After Latest Injury

The Houston Texans (and the fantasy football world) received a scare on Sunday when Andre Johnson went down with a hamstring injury. it's unclear exactly what happened or what the severity of the injury is.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak addressed the media on Monday and said the team is getting a second opinion to learn more. Via @HoustonTexans:

Andre Johnson has hamstring injury, team looking to get some more opinions, don't know how much time he'll miss.  Team, Johnson want 2nd opinion so everyone understands what's going on moving forward. Doesn't know if it's torn, strained, etc.

The Texans have rolled to a 3-1 start, including a Week 4 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, and if they want to keep up the momentum, they'll need Johnson. He's at 352 yards and two touchdowns on the season and has hit the 90-yard mark in three of their four games. 

The good news is that the Texans got Arian Foster back on Sunday and he looks sharp. Still, losing Johnson for any amount of time would be a significant blow to the Texans. 

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NFL Week 4 Injury Report: Andre Johnson Terrifies Texans; Steelers Banged Up

SB Nation's medical expert recaps the key injuries from NFL Week 4, which includes several Pittsburgh Steelers along with Houston's biggest weapon, Andre Johnson.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: MRI Expected For Fantasy Machine

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson left Sunday's victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers with what is currently being described as a pulled hamstring. After the game, Texans owner Bob McNair confirmed the pull and said that Johnson would get an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of the injury.

The Texans have just been getting over Arian Foster's hamstring injury, and now they face another one. There is nothing to indicate it is as serious as Foster's was, but hamstrings are always so tricky and easy to aggravate. I would suspect that whatever the result of the MRI, Johnson will likely sit out much of practice this week to rest the hamstring. If he is anything more than limited this week I would be pretty surprised.

For now you'll need to wait and see what the MRI says, and then what Johnson and the team have to say over the next few days, before making any sort of lineup decision.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Houston Texans Wide Receiver Hamstring Pull, Owner Bob McNair Says

During Sunday's victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson left the game in the second quarter after he went down to the ground without any contact. Johnson caught a pass from Matt Schaub before he fell during mid-run and was absent for the remainder of the game.

At the time, the injury first appeared to concern his knee, but it eventually turned into a hamstring injury. After the game, Texans owner Bob McNair told reporters that Johnson had pulled his hamstring:

"He is going to get an MRI and we’ll see. He pulled a hamstring and hopefully it won’t keep him out too long, but we’ll just have to see on that one."

Head coach Gary Kubiak wasn't as definitive as McNair, saying that the injury is "hamstring related."

Johnson caught four passes for 36 yards before the injury. Johnson did return to the sidelines during the fourth quarter, but he was without pads. He has 25 receptions for 352 yards, which is leaps and bounds ahead of his fellow receivers. Tight end Owen Daniels is second on the team in receptions and yards with 14 catches for 182 yards. Daniels does lead the team with three touchdown receptions.

Visit our Texans blog Battle Red Blog for more on Andre Johnson.

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Andre Johnson Injury Update: Texans Receiver Reportedly Injures Hamstring, Not Knee

Good news for Texans and their fans (and fantasy owners everywhere): Houston is calling the Andre Johnson injury a hamstring strain. That means it is not a knee injury. This is encouraging news, even if Johnson does not return to Sunday's game vs. the Steelers.

ESPN's John Clayton reported the news via Twitter:

Texans are calling Andre Johnson's injury hamstring, not knee. Return still questionable.
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The Andre Johnson injury occurred in the first half when he collapsed without any contact from a Steelers defender. If the injury is in fact to the hamstring, that's great news for Johnson, who has had knee trouble in his career. Here's video of the injury:

For more on the injury, check out the original update from the NFL Week 4 storystream.

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Andre Johnson Injury: Texans Wide Receiver Leaves Game

Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson suffered an injury on Sunday in the first half against the Steelers. After receiving a pass, Johnson collapsed without any contact as his knee appeared to give out underneath him.

Johnson sat out practice on Wednesday dealing with a sore knee. Scroll down for an animated GIF of the injury via Mocksession's Tim Burke.

Andre Johnson is walking off the field with a limp.
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The Texans offense will be hard-pressed to replace the production they get from Johnson, one of the finest wide receivers in the NFL. The burden on the offense is especially difficult because they are also concerned with monitoring the carries of running back Arian Foster, who is still returning to full strength after suffering an injury of his own. Foster is already around 20 carries in the first half.

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