Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson is officially back in the starting lineup for the Houston Texans to play for the first time in almost two months. Currently ranks first all-time in NFL history Johnson has been in uniform Sunday for Houston's road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He missed six games with a hamstring injury. It's the most time he has missed in a season since 2007.
Getting Johnson back is huge for the Texans since they are without starting quarterback Matt Schaub for the rest of the year and due to injury and are going with Matt Leinart. "It's been good for the team just to have him back out here," Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said Friday. "I can see how hungry he is to get back to being a part of what's going on."
"He's practiced good this week. You all know what Andre means to this team and for him to be putting the uniform on again on Sunday, he hasn't done it in a while, so it will mean a lot to the team." His coming back again is certainly a good news for the team and for his fans as well.