Andre Johnson headlined the list of no-shows on Tuesday's opening day of the NFL's OTAs (Organized Team Activities). Although the seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver has not disclosed the specific root of his discontent and has not formally requested a trade, he did say that he was going to skip the Houston Texans' OTAs. Johnson being a disgruntled worker isn't good news for the Texans, but it's great news to any NFL team desperate for a big-time possession receiver. In 2013, Johnson ranked third among NFL wideouts in receptions with 109 and seventh in yards receiving with 1,407, although he only hauled in five touchdowns. Still, at 32, Johnson remains one of the league's best wide receivers and one that another NFL team would probably love to have. Click on as BET.com taps potential landing spots the Texans could move him to.