On Thursday night, the Houston Texans selected Jadeveon Clowney No. 1 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft. They also have a new head coach Bill O'Brien leading their team this season. And even though they don't have a top-tier quarterback in their corner right now—Ryan Fitzpatrick is probably going to be the starter next season—they should still be better, way better, than they were during the 2013-14 NFL season. So you would think that the team's star wide receiver Andre Johnson would be content right now. But you'd think wrong.

Click 2 Houston caught up with Johnson at a media event today and asked him about his thoughts on the Texans, as currently constructed. And he didn't sound very happy about the rebuilding process that the team is going through right now.

"I am assessing the situation," Johnson said. "I haven't asked for a trade. I've asked myself is this still the place for me. I am tired of losing. This is now my third head coach."

To be fair to Johnson, he is edging closer and closer to the end of his career right now. He'll turn 33 this summer. So we don't blame him for being impatient. But he could be in a much, much worse situation. So we think he should give it at least one more season before he starts seriously considering leaving Houston.

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[via Click 2 Houston]