Andre Johnson is gone fishin'. The former Houston Texans wide receiver announced his retirement on Monday. The future hall-of-famer is calling it quits after 14 season in the NFL. This comes after another former Texan, Arian Foster, also announced his retirement. Foster announced his plans just under a week ago. The 35-year-old athlete played for the Indianapolis Colts last season after 12 successful runs with the Texans. Johnson has etched himself in Texans history. According to CBS Sports, his career highlights include"1,062 regular-season catches for 14,185 years and 70 touchdowns." He was less stellar as a Colt and a Tennessee Titan.

Johnson was put on the back burner this season as a Titan. The athlete finishes off withnine catches for 85 yards and two scores. I guess he knows when it's time to put away the cleats.

Tennessee Titans respond to Andre Johnson's retirement

Tennessee Titians general manager, Jon Robinson, released a statement posted on and said,"I enjoyed getting to know and work with him in his time with our team. He certainly contributed to this team -- making the game-winning catch at Detroit and his daily interaction with the young wide receivers. We wish him nothing but the best moving forward in whatever endeavors he chooses."

Several other NFL officials took to Twitter to congratulate Johnson on his decorative career.

Sports columnist for the Houston Chronicle, Brian T. Smith Tweeted Johnson's number 80 should be the first number the Texans retire.

Andre Johnson's career highlights

Johnson is the third top earning wide receiver at $106 million. He trailsLarry Fitzgerald at $140 million and Calvin Johnson at $113 million.

Since the 6-foot-3 219 pound wide receiver entered the league in 2003, nobody has tallied more receiving years than him. Larry Fitzgerald has caught more passes. He's a seven-time Pro Bowler and made the All-Pro first-team twice. As notes, most of his accomplishments happened as a Texan.

Andre Johnson: where it all started

Johnson was the no.3 draft pick out of the University of Miami in 2003. His first 12 years were with the Houston Texans, he then suited up for the Indianapolis Coltslast year before signing with the Titans this season.

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