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Oct 13, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson (80) warms up before the game against the St. Louis Rams at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

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Besides the Houston Texans’ eventual signing of No. 1 overall selection Jadeveon Clowney, the biggest question for the Texans right now is “Will Andre Johnson stay or leave?”

In an article, it says that first-year Texans head coach Bill O’Brien says “all talks have been positive,” quoting the head coach:

“I have a tremendous amount of respect for Andre and his career here in Houston. The conversations that Andre and I have had have been very positive about what we’re doing here as a team and, obviously offensively, what we’re doing here. As far as what Andre said, I’ll let him speak for himself. I can only tell you from my end we’ve had good, positive communication.”

Who knows what is going to happen with Johnson and the Texans, but the sooner they get this situation solved, the better for the Texans and Johnson.

In other Texans news:

• ESPN wrote about the rookies of the Texans “falling in line.”

House of Houston wrote about J.J. Watt.

• Here is more on the first day of rookie camp in this article by the Houston Chronicle.

• In another Houston Chronicle article, they wrote about rookie QB Tom Savage.

• CSN Houston writes about how Clowney wants to leave the playbook first.

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  • Greg Hill

    AJ knows this years offense will be a repeat of last year due to the lack of a qb capable of making productive plays and getting first downs. Which coralates to another long losing season in Houston and not much fun. This in my opinion, is also why the odds in Vegas for the Texans to win the SB changed after the draft from 30-1 to 40-1. Why did the odds increase after drafting the #1 pick which you would think better your odds? Because they failed to improve the offense at the qb position by drafting the 5th best rated qb.