Andre Johnson might just get his wish after all.
The Texans wide receiver told reporters last month that Houston would be wise to trade the first overall pick in May's draft, a scenario the team reportedly is considering after owner Bob McNair called it a "possibility" in January.
"Dan Pompei of Bleacher Report was told at this week's NFL Annual Meeting that the Texans are "trying hard" to move down to "acquire extra selections." According to Pompei, the Buffalo Bills have emerged as one potential trade partner.
"It is unclear who the Bills would want in a trade-up scenario," wrote Pompei. "Some believe they would move up for a quarterback. They also could make good use of an offensive tackle such as Greg Robinson. And it would be something to see them pair Mario Williams with either Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack."
This could be an indication that the Texans are not sold on any player at the first overall pick or they could just be doing their due diligence. Who knows who the Bills would be taking if they were to acquire the pick. They could go with Jadeveon Clowney and pair him with Mario Williams. They could go after Sammy Watkins or even one of the Quarterbacks.