Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson returned to practice Wednesday after missing three straight games with a right hamstring injury, but the receiver wasn't sure if he'll be able to return to game action Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
"I just went out and did a little bit in practice today to see how I feel," Johnson said Wednesday, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I wouldn't say I felt great. I didn't feel how I expected I would feel, but I was able to go out and make a few plays. We just keep taking it one day at a time."
Still, he said he isn't yet ready to declare himself ready to play.
"If I feel the way I feel today, I probably won't play Sunday, but today is not Sunday," Johnson said, according to the Chronicle. "We still have some days ahead of us that we have to work through."
Johnson is a lot less optimistic than his head coach, Gary Kubiak, who thought Johnson took "a huge step forward" by practicing on Wednesday. We'll continue to monitor his activity this week, but as of right now, Johnson's chances of playing seem to be 50/50 or less.