Johnson wants to finish career in Houston, says he "couldn't imagine" playing for another team

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Andre Johnson wants to finish his career in Houston and has moved past the bad feelings kept him away from the team for much of this offseason.

At 33, Johnson isn't sure how long he'll play. But he says: "I don't want to play for nobody else ... I don't even think it would feel right."

That's a change from an offseason where he wondered if Houston "was still the place for me" before skipping all of the team's offseason work. He returned for training camp and certainly doesn't feel that way anymore, saying Thursday: "I couldn't imagine how it would feel to put on another uniform."

Johnson has 65 receptions for 720 yards and two touchdowns this season.

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