Former Houston Texans player, Andre Johnson, was left speechless as he received the news of his induction into the Hall of Fame. Cris Carter surprised Johnson at his home in a gold jacket, signifying his official induction. Johnson, the first Houston Texans player to receive this honor, expressed his gratitude and emotion, emphasizing the surreal experience of joining the ranks of football legends. Seven players, including Johnson, will be inducted into the Hall on Aug. 3, following the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 1. Johnson, who spent 12 of his 14 seasons in Houston, holds various records and accolades, making his induction a significant moment in the team's history. His reaction, along with the other inductees, will be featured in a special program on NFL Network.

By the Numbers
  • Andre Johnson's career stats: 1,062 receptions, 14,185 receiving yards, and 70 receiving touchdowns, ranking 11th, 11th, and tied for 49th all-time, respectively.
  • Johnson was the first player inducted into the Houston Texans' Ring of Honor in 2017.
State of Play
  • Seven players, including Andre Johnson, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Aug. 3.
  • Johnson's reaction, along with the other inductees, will be showcased on a special program called “Hall of Fame Knocks: Welcome to Canton” on NFL Network.
Bottom Line

The induction of Andre Johnson into the Hall of Fame as the first Houston Texans player marks a significant moment in the team's history, highlighting Johnson's exceptional career and impact on the franchise.