"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."
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.