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Andre Johnson Tears the Texans a New One

Deshaun Watson has been profoundly unhappy with the Texans organization, and he just got support from one of the best players in franchise history, Andre Johnson:

That’s about as savage a shot as you’ll see from a former star. It’s worth noting that, until now, Johnson was not in the bad graces of the organization. He was even on the team’s search committee for a new head coach and general manager this offseason. Texans owner Cal McNair and power broker chaplain Jack Easterby ignored the advice of the committee and decided to hire Nick Caserio from the Patriots as general manager.

This might be Andre Johnson’s biggest beatdown since Cortland Finnegan:

You’d have to think that Easterby’s power should be dwindling from here on out, but with this franchise, who knows.

Update: DeAndre Hopkins, whom Jack Easterby and Bill O’Brien traded away from Houston, agrees with Johnson:

 

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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  1. Someone needs to ask Sir deshaun the watson, why he signed that extension!?

    JJ says ‘wasted’ and that is the new social media toss up toy term used to cancel folks. ‘wasting’ a mans career that earns him $200 million dollars is perhaps the Biggest OxiMoronic Discussion in history. thanks JJ. now everyone will use that term. its catchy like ‘saved or created’ as it was coined by Obama as he collapsed Jobs for 8 years.

  2. Entitled, spoiled fucks. Obscene amounts of money aren’t enough. Must turn on your teammates to go somewhere where there is a better chance to win a championship. Sounds an awful lot like the NBA.

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