After being released by the Houston Texans on Monday, Andre Johnson immediately became one of the best free-agent wide receivers on the open market. Johnson, 33, is coming off an 85-catch season but was reportedly told by head coach Bill O’Brien that he’d see a reduced role in the offense moving forward. His 1,102 catches for 13,597 yards rank him second among active receivers, behind only fellow free agent Reggie Wayne. Johnson will certainly have his fair share of suitors for his services. Here are some teams that could be potential landing spots for Johnson: Seattle Seahawks In Johnson’s 12 years in Houston, the Texans reached the playoffs only twice. He’ll want to play for a winner at this point in his career and Seattle, coming off back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, could be that team. Russell Wilson has never had a true go-to target. At 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, Johnson could be that guy. Philadelphia Eagles With Jeremy Maclin heading to Kansas City to play under former Eagles coach Andy Reid and DeSean Jackson long gone, Philly suddenly has a huge void at wideout. Sure, Jordan Matthews had a nice rookie season, but beyond Matthews is the never-open Riley Cooper and slot guy Josh Huff. Bringing in a steady target like Johnson makes sense. New England Patriots How does a Julian Edelman, Andre Johnson and Brandon LaFell trio sound? Adding a physical receiver with size like Johnson to play opposite LaFell with Edelman in the slot would certainly put fear in the hearts of AFC East defensive coordinators. Oh, and that goes without mentioning a guy named Rob Gronkowski at tight end. I assume Tom Brady would approve.