Andre Johnson Has Arthroscopic Surgery on Left Knee

Wide receiver Andre Johnson won’t be a part of the Texans OTA’s and minicamp after he had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Johnson underwent the procedure two weeks ago and is focused on getting ready for the start of training camp, which for the Texans will be in late July.

It’s been one injury after another for Johnson, who last season had injuries to both hamstrings. He played in just seven games during the 2011 regular season.

Johnson posted career lows in receptions (33), receiving yards (492) and equaled a career low with two touchdowns. Johnson added 13 receptions for 201 yards and a touchdown in two playoff games.

According to Nick Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com, Johnson said he hyperextended his left knee last season and that his procedure was “nothing to panic about.”

We shall see.


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