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Andre Johnson Injury: Wide Receiver Leaves Training Camp Practice With Groin Injury

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson left training camp with a groin injury early in Sunday's practice. Johnson missed nine game last year with various hamstring injuries and he sat out all of the off season OTAs and mini-camps after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.

Head coach Gary Kubiak pulled Johnson as a precautionary measure. The injury does not seem to be too serious and Johnson is listed as day-to-day. Johnson was taken to Reliant Stadium to get the right groin looked at further, and when asked about his injury Johnson said, "I don't know. I am going to get it checked out."

The Texans have little depth behind Johnson at wide receiver, so they are hoping that this injury is not serious and does not have any lingering affects.

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