Texans may seek offensive help in draft, perhaps another WR threat to augment Andre Johnson

The Houston Texans have taken defensive players in the first round of the last four drafts. Andre Johnson wouldn't mind seeing the team take a receiver this time.

The Texans have the 27th overall pick Thursday night after winning the AFC South. But Houston ranked 11th in pass offense (239.4 yards per game) and had only 46 receptions covering at least 20 yards, half of them by Johnson.

The Texans could also use help on the offensive line and in the linebacker corps. Johnson, who'll be 32 when the season begins, says he's "all in" for adding a first-round receiver because a team can never have too many weapons.