Houston Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson (River Hill) recently underwent foot surgery to aid the healing process after breaking a bone in his foot in October against the Indianapolis Colts, the Houston Chronicle reported. Placed on injured reserve, Johnson is expected to make a full recovery in time for the offseason, the newspaper said. The initial plan was for Johnson to have the foot heal naturally, but it was decided recently to have the surgical procedure, according to the report. Johnson had surgery on the same foot for a Jones fracture after his rookie season along with wrist surgery. Drafted in the first round last year out of Wake Forest, Johnson had 10 tackles in his final game of the season. Johnson's loss represented a major blow to the Texans' defense, but they have carried on well without him because of the presence of cornerbacks A.J. Bouye, Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson. In two NFL seasons, Johnson has recorded 73 tackles, 12 passes defended, one interception and one fumble recovery.