Thursday morning, veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson officially signed with his third AFC South team, the Tennessee Titans.
Johnson spent 12 seasons with the Houston Texans, where he was eventually overtaken by current star wide receiver Deandre Hopkins. Johnson was a major force with the Texans, where he was sent to the Pro Bowl seven times.
After departing from Houston, Johnson had a short stint with the Indianapolis Colts in 2015.
Johnson was not nearly as legendary in Indianapolis, coming up with 41 catches for 503 yards and four touchdowns. Johnson may not have been totally to blame for the lack of production though, as the team as a whole was dealing with their own set of problems as well as an injured Andrew Luck.
On his career, he has caught a total of 1,053 passes for an impressive 14,100 yards and 68 touchdowns. At this time, he ranks eighth in the league for career receptions and ninth in yardage.
Now 34 years old, Johnson will be hoping to get of his current rut with a fresh start in Tennessee.