Texans mountainous Andre Johnson blasts organization amid Deshaun Watson trade rumors

Houston Texans mountainous Andre Johnson is a man of few words, but when he talks, you listen.

After the stories of the Texans soliciting for to interview Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, the extinct All-Pro wide receiver as we notify took his ideas to Twitter to direct his idea.

Johnson defended Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and even took a as we notify shot at Jack Easterby, the manager of football operations.

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“If I’m @deshaunwatson I’m going to stand my ground,” Johnson wrote on Tuesday. “The Texans organization is identified for wasting avid gamers careers. Since Jack Easterby has stroll into the building nothing honest has occurred in/for the organization and for some motive any individual can’t appear to explore what’s occurring. Pathetic!!!”

Johnson, a clear manual to extinct head coach Invoice O’Brien in 2019, stepped some distance from the team final season. Johnson used to be spherical the Texans for the past two seasons and he had sturdy relationships with avid gamers on the team.

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Ahead of unleashing on the Texans and Easterby, Johnson hasn’t posted anything else on Twitter that wasn’t a Crown Royal promotion since April of 2019.

Even extinct Texans All-Pro wideout Deandre Hopkins — who’s now with the Arizona Cardinals — took explore.

“When Dre notify listen,” Hopkins wrote.

A handful of extinct Texans avid gamers additionally spoke back to Johnson’s tweet.

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Johnson, the No. 3 total have in the 2003 NFL Draft, used to be a member of the Texans from 2003 except 2014. He used to be a seven-time Pro Bowler, three-time first-team All-Pro, two-time 2nd-team All-Pro, and he led the NFL in receptions (2006, 2008) and receiving yards (2008, 2009) twice.

Johnson done his career with 1,062 receptions, 14,185 receiving yards, and 70 touchdowns.