Andre Johnson will likely play on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
"Yeah, I feel like I'll be out there," the veteran wide receiver said on Tuesday morning during a Verizon Players Show appearance. LISTEN HERE
Johnson left Jacksonville win in the first half after suffering a concussion. He was inactive on Sunday at Indianapolis, but things are looking good for a return to the field. During his time on the radio show, he said he's "doing good" and "feeling better".
The 12-year veteran missed practice last Wednesday and Thursday as progressed through the
concussion protocol, but was on the field with his teammates on Friday. He traveled with the Texans to the Colts game, but was on the sidelines.
In 13 games this season, Johnson's caught 69 passes for 737 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He's just four receptions shy of 1,000 for his career, and five shy of passing Hines Ward for ninth on the all-time list. He's played in a franchise-record 167 games.
Johnson and the Texans have Tuesday off, and will hit the practice fields at the Houston Methodist Training Center on Wednesday.