Former Minnesota receiver Tyler Johnson has been released by the Houston Texans, NFL insider Field Yates reported on Tuesday.

Johnson appeared in just two games for the Texans after failing to make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ final roster earlier this season.

The college standout holds just about every receiving record that there is at Minnesota, and he cemented himself among college football’s elite pass catchers as a junior and senior. He finished his collegiate career with 3,305 yards and 33 scores.

However, speed concerns caused him to slip to the fifth-round of the 2020 draft to the Bucs.

Johnson showed flashes of being a solid NFL receiver, posting 169 yards and 2 touchdowns as a rookie, and 360 yards in his 2nd year.

He will now hit the waiver wire and look for a team to utilize his talents.