WR Johnson to Have MRI on Knee

The Texans biggest weapon on offense might have sit Sunday when they host the World Champion Colts at home. Wide out Andre Johnson, who had another big game with two scores vs the Panthers Sunday, suffered a strained posterior cruciate ligament and will be day-to-day. The team says that Johnson will have an MRI on the injury to see who serious it might be. “I’m a guy who never has injuries,” said Johnson. “To have Indianapolis coming in next week, that’s a game you don’t want to miss. I’m going to take it one day at a time and do what I need to do to get myself ready.”

Johnson has been able to answer the bell throughout his Texans career, as he has played in 63 of a possible 66 games for Houston. His 2007 season is off to a blazing start, as he has 14 catches already this season for 262 yards and three touchdowns. He and QB Matt Schaub already are off to becoming a great QB-WR duo, and let’s not hope this injury will derail that.


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