Andre Johnson stated this past week that he would like to help out the Houston Texans now that his career is over.
Johnson was a guest on In The Loop with John Lopez and Cody Stoots on SportsRadio 610 this past Wednesday and stated that he would like to help out, but not as a coach.
“I would like to stay around the game, but I don’t want to coach,” Johnson said, via CBS Houston. ”Maybe once the guys get into OTAs going out, helping receivers out.”
With Johnson being considered the greatest player in Texans’ history there is some chatter of the organization honoring him at NRG Stadium.
“It would mean a lot,” Johnson said. “I couldn’t even imagine. That’s big to have your number retired by an organization. It would be a very special feeling.”
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It’s great that Johnson wants to continue to help the Texans organization. He’s already made a big impact on DeAndre Hopkins.
I’m also sure younger wide receivers like Will Fuller and Braxton Miller would appreciate some help from a potential future Hall of Famer like Johnson.
Who knows, maybe Johnson will enjoy helping the coaches out so much that he does actually get into coaching.