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Andre Johnson Reports to Houston Texans Training Camp

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Johnson skipped the Texans' offseason organized team activities and minicamp. He would have qualified for a $1 million bonus for participation in the OTAs.

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The Houston Texans didn't do much to upgrade their anemic offense this offseason, and disgruntled wide receiver Andre Johnson made it obvious he was less than pleased with Houston.

Johnson has since made it known he wants the Texans to trade him, and a training camp holdout appeared inevitable.

However, Johnson has come to his senses, and will report to camp on time:

Had Johnson held out, the Texans appeared intent to hold on to his rights and fine him each day he held out. Johnson, 33, was the No. 3 pick in the 2003 NFL draft out of the Miami. The seven-time Pro Bowler has 927 catches for 12,661 yards and 61 touchdowns in his NFL career.

Johnson skipped the Texans' offseason organized team activities and minicamp. He would have qualified for a $1 million bonus for participation in the OTAs.

It appears this standoff is over, for now.