Andre Johnson Being Sued For Child Support

Houston Texans All-Pro wide receiver Andre Johnson is being sued for increased child-support payments, according to ABC 13 of Houston.

Dionne Reese, Johnson’s "former live-in girlfriend," wants health insurance for their 3-year-old daughter and more than $1,500 a month. She also said she’s suffered emotional distress, according to the station. Kennard McGuire, Johnson's agent, said neither he nor the receiver would have any comment.

Not the sunniest news for the all-world talent who is coming off an injury-riddled 2011 season. Johnson only tallied 492 yards and two touchdowns. He had two catches for 49 yards in the Texans' preseason win over the San Francisco 49ers last week.

The Houston Texans look to move to 3-0 on the preseason Saturday night when they travel to take on the New Orleans Saints

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