According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Houston Texans are signing free agent WR Tyron Johnson to the team's active roster.
Johnson opened the season on the Las Vegas Raiders and is now joining his fourth team in three seasons. Johnson has 22 catches for 414 yards and three scores in his career. Johnson likely won't factor much into the rotation in Houston and is just providing depth for a Texans team that is sneakily deep at wide receiver, even if it lacks top-end talent.
The Raiders have officially released wide receiver Tyron Johnson.
Johnson registered just one snap last week and hasn't been targeted this season. The 26-year-old will likely be forced to spend some time on a practice squad after his stint with the Raiders did not amount to much.
The Jaguars claimed wide reciever Tyron Johnson off waivers from the Chargers on Wednesday.
The Jaguars used their waiver priority to claim Johnson, who showed flashes last year with the Chargers. He will likely act as the No. 4 wide reciever in Jacksonville behind Laviska Shenault, D.J. Chark and Marvin Jones.
The Chargers waived WR Tyron Johnson.
Johnson was competing for the team's No. 3 receiver role this summer, but he was surpassed by Jalen Guyton and Josh Palmer. Johnson could garner some interest on waivers, though.
Tyron Johnson secured four of nine targets for 41 yards in the Chargers' 27-0 preseason loss to the Seahawks on Saturday night.
Johnson led the Chargers in receptions, receiving yards, and targets in the final preseason game. The 25-year-old second-year player has been competing with rookie third-round pick Josh Palmer for the No. 3 receiver job and looks to be the favorite to win the battle.