Indianapolis agreed to terms with Andre Johnson yesterday, adding the WR to a sizable and significant free-agency haul that figures to upgrade the Colts at multiple positions on both sides of the ball. Every year or two, one team decides that its window is as open as it's ever going to be, and makes the short-term…
Cortland Finnegan—the long-time Titan cornerback who is better known as the NFL's biggest asshole—took to Instagram today to announce his retirement. In a statement that covers his love of the game, his appreciation at having played, and his excitement about his future, he reveals that is apparently still in denial…
Andre Johnson was drafted by the Houston Texans before the team's second season of existence, and he's spent the last 12 years becoming the face of the franchise. Johnson caught over 1,000 balls and racked up 13,597 yards while suiting up as the primary wideout for a number of mediocre Texans teams, but now his days…
Andre Johnson, the greatest receiver in Texans history and the longtime face of the franchise, may be somewhere else next year. He'll turn 34 during camp, and after a disappointing season, it'd be hard to justify the $16.1 million cap hit he'll carry.
Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson is in the locker room being evaluated for brain injury after taking this brutal hit to the head that was accurately flagged. [Update: Johnson is confirmed out with a concussion.]
Texans receiver Andre Johnson held his annual holiday toy shopping spree today at Toys R' Us for a dozen kids (and their siblings) from Child Protective Services. He ended up spending a total of $17,352. That receipt in his right hand is roughly the size of one Danny Woodhead.
It's been a horrendous season for the Texans already. Losing to the Raiders and falling to 2-8 just adds more frustration.
Here's one to get you in the spirit of the season. Renowned nice guy Andre Johnson went down to Toys "R" Us and bought toys for foster kids in Texas' Child Protective Services. We haven't verified whether $19,521.14, the amount cited by a random Instragram commenter, is exact, but with a receipt that long, does it…
Texans WR Kevin Walter went on The Big Show on 790 in Houston this morning to talk Sunday's battle for the heart of the AFC South. You can listen to the whole interview over there, but we've pulled out the bulletin board material, as the kids like to say. Walter, who will probably be covered by Finnegan with Andre…
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Andre doesn't even think he's the best receiver named Johnson.
Last Sunday's NFL fight between Cortland Finnegan and Andre Johnson did not come out of nowhere. As this video shows, the two were getting testy with each other well before it advanced to blows.
Johnson and Finnegan were each fined $25,000 but not suspended for their fistfight yesterday. They can thank the Richard Seymour precedent of "slugging guys who probably deserve it." [NFL.com]
Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson and Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan mixed it up today. Both got tossed out. Look.
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Houston's Andre Johnson wants to re-negotiate his seven-year contract that has five years remaining on it. Oguchi Onyewu wants to play for AC Milan so badly, he'll do it for free. Who is the dummy and who is the hero?
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