The Houston Texans are unlikely to trade disgruntled star wide receiver Andre Johnson, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Johnson, 33, recently requested a trade and will not report when the team begins training camp on July 25, according to NFL Network.
However, the team does not want to lose Johnson and wants him to finish his career in Houston.
Johnson still has three years and $31.5 million left on his contract but he skipped offseason workouts and minicamp.
After the Texans went a disappointing 2-14 season, Johnson reportedly expressed that he does not wish to be part of another rebuilding project.
Johnson is subject to a $70,000 fine and forfeiting a $1 million workout bonus by not taking part in workouts and team activities.
Four teams are reportedly interested in trading for Johnson.