Andre Johnson could be out of the door at the Houston Texans as he expresses concerns about his future to local press.
Despite their drafting Jadeveon Clowney as the first pick of the 2014 draft, which was essential, the Houston Texans did not confidently address an issue that most pundits feel they have at QB.
Johnson, who is now 32, could be very good trade value for the Texans in future picks and trading him would free up some future wages, despite a near $12 million cost to start with.
So why has this happened? Because Johnson has sounded off about his frustration at being a NFL veteran without a Super Bowl ring and what he sees as his current team, of eleven years, abilities to get one.
Johnson has missed all of the voluntary workouts and mused to the Houston Chronicle about his time at Houston and feeling part of the furniture, asking: "Is this still the place for me?"
Johnson does appear to be frustrated with this offseason but claims he isn't looking to retire and still sees 3 season in him at least.
That's something you can't argue with as the Texans took everyone by storm a year ago with Johnson finding his form along with the rest of the team, but with an uncertain future for the offence in Houston, including the QB position, Johnson may be tempted elsewhere.
He would certainly find a home in a lot of other teams with established QB's such as Atlanta, Miami, the NY Jets, or even new QB teams looking for veteran experience in building their new offences.