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The Houston Texans have signed free agent defensive back Authentic Jaylen Watkins Jersey with a two-year $3 million deal. The NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported the signing by the Texans.

Watkins can play either cornerback or safety and he will fit into the Texans secondary. Expectations also are that Watkins will help on special teams.

In 2019, Watkins appeared in 14 games and posted 29 total tackles with one pass deflection.

In 2018, Watkins tore his ACL in the second preseason game with the Chargers.

Watkins was drafted in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft out of Florida by the Philadelphia Eagles. He won a Super Bowl with the Eagles and is the half-brother of the Kansas City Chiefs Sammy Watkins.

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HOUSTON — Carlos Hyde hasn’t been in Houston for a very long, but the running back is getting a crash course in the Texans’ offense after he was traded by the Chiefs last Saturday.

Luckily he has a translator to help him out.

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Running back Duke Johnson — who is also relatively new to the Texans, as he was traded from the Browns on Aug. 8 — played with Hyde in Cleveland for six games last season and has been helping him learn the new terminology in Houston.

“I’m just trying to get him acclimated and compare things back to when we were in Cleveland,” Johnson said. “Plays we had, calls we had, just trying to put them on the same level.

“But Carlos is a professional, and he’s a smart player. A lot of things that he’s doing now, he can do it in his sleep. It’s just different terminology, but it’s the same thing.”

Hyde is on his fourth team in two seasons. He said the biggest challenge has been just “erasing all of the information I learned in the past six months in Kansas City,” but that he is getting “comfortable” in the Texans’ offense.

“It’s like two different offenses, but I’ve been doing pretty good though, picking things up,” Hyde said. “Good thing that the offense is not too crazy here. It’s been easy for me to learn and catch on pretty quick.”
Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson were teammates with the Browns in the first half of last season, before Hyde was traded to Jacksonville. Ken Blaze/USA TODAY Sports
After trading for Johnson at the start of the preseason, the Texans were hoping his strength in the passing game would complement what starting running back Lamar Miller can do. But after Miller tore his ACL in the third preseason game, the Texans needed to add a veteran back. O’Brien cautioned that the Texans weren’t trying to replace Miller with Hyde, but “we’re just trying to add depth to that position and we think Carlos can possibly do that.”

While the duo will likely split the carries as the season goes on, Johnson should get the majority of the touches in Week 1 against the Saints. If the Texans trail early on Monday night, Johnson should be even more involved in the passing game.

Johnson has not missed a game in his four NFL seasons and has had at least 47 catches each year. After Miller’s injury, his workload is expected to increase.

“I’ve always been ready, especially mentally,” Johnson said. “Physically, I guess we’ll find out.”

Hyde, who has now been traded twice in the last year, feels he’s “got a lot to prove” in Houston.

“I’m definitely coming in with a chip on my shoulder,” Hyde said. “I’ve been traded twice, so things haven’t been going the way I wanted. So I’m in a fresh start right now, and I’ve got the opportunity to change a lot of people’s minds. So I’m ready to go.”

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NEW ORLEANS – Kenny Stills was traded to the Texans from the Miami Dolphins just over a week ago.

The speedy wide receiver made an immediate impact against his original NFL team, the New Orleans Saints. Stills caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Deshaun Watson in the final minute of a 30-28 loss Monday night at the Superdome.

Stills streaked down the middle of the field for a 37-yard touchdown catch as Watson manufactured an epic last-minute comeback that was ultimately outdone by the Saints on a last-second, 58-yard field goal as time expired.

One of the most active players in the NFL when it comes to raising awareness about social injustice issues, Stills followed through on his previously stated plan to continue kneeling during the national anthem.
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Stills said in August that he intended to kneel before the anthem as he has done for the past three years.
Stills was critical of Dolphins team owner Stephen Ross holding a fundraiser for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.

Stills was also critical of hip-hop mogul and businessman Jay-Z for his partnership with the NFL on social justice issues.

Stills is known for his activism in the community, including participating in ride-alongs with police officers.

Stills is an ally of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. He has protested racial injustice and economic inequality issues by kneeling during the national anthem for the past three years.

“Kenny exercised his right, his prerogative,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “I’m not going to really get into that. I talked to Kenny. Kenny is a good guy, very smart guy, very articulate guy, and he’s a really good football player. Glad to have him here. He made some plays.”

The NFL and NFL Players Association agreed jointly last year to indefinitely suspend a new policy governing anthem behavior. Under the terms of that policy initially, teams could be fined for players kneeling during the anthem with players having the option to stay in the locker room with everyone on the field asked to “stand and show respect for the flag and the anthem.” That policy was shelved, though, prior to last season.

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Houston Texans will sign veteran tight end Logan Paulsen to the 53 man roster.
The Houston Texans will be signing tight end Logan Paulsen to their 53 man roster according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Paulsen will be joining his fifth NFL team after going undrafted from UCLA in 2010. Paulsen caught on to the Washington Redskins for five seasons before spending short stints with the Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and the Atlanta Falcons.

Paulsen started in 65 of the 125 games he has appeared and has 91 receptions for 907 receiving yards and seven touchdown receptions. He was with the Falcons throughout last season and their previous training camp and preseason activities before being waived as the Falcons worked on trimming their roster to the 53 man roster for the 2019 regular season.

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He will be joining a crowded group of tight ends that includes Jordan Thomas, Jordan Akins, Darren Fells, Jerrell Adams, and Kahale Warring. Texans will more than likely reduce the number of the tight ends they bring for their first game of the regular season against the New Orleans Saints.

Warring is a candidate to be placed on the injured reserve after missing most of the Texans preseason with a hamstring injury and was going through the concussion protocol. Paulsen will be a welcome addition to the Texans locker room and be a good influence on the Texans young group of tight ends.

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Texans will have to make another move to incorporate cornerback Cornell Armstrong to the roster after his agent announced that he was joining Houston’s 53 man roster.

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Tytus Howard may have been a surprise to fans and media, but the scouting community has been aware of his talents for quite some time.

Texans general manager Brian Gaine plucked the offensive tackle from Alabama State with the 23rd overall pick on Thursday evening, and he said the first-rounder has been on a lot of teams’ radars for awhile.

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“He was a guy that the whole National Football League knew about as early as the month of June and then when you went and saw him play in August and September and the early portions of the fall, you saw a good-looking prospect,” Gaine said. “Like I said, he passed the test at every stage of our evaluation. Happy to have him.”

Alabama State is a member of the SWAC, but before conference play began last fall, Howard acquitted himself well in a non-conference matchup against Auburn.

 

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He continued impressing the NFL scouting community throughout the season and in the pre-Draft process, and Howard never doubted his capabilities.

“I was expecting first round,” the newest Texan said, when asked how high he thought he might get drafted.

Gaine, who reeled off all of Howard’s impressive physical qualities in a Thursday evening press conference after the first round, also is impressed with the first-rounder’s mental game on and off the field.
“The best selections, I know I have said this in the past, are the ones where you have a guy that meets the physical profile with the intangible profile and we like that profile on offensive lineman, especially,” Gaine said. “He’s going to be a good addition to what I would say the offensive line room. He’s going to be a very good addition in terms of the football personality in the offensive line room.”

Gaine and the Texans will add more to the roster tonight. They own the 54th, 55th and 86th overall picks.

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HOUSTON — After finishing the season ranked 28th in the NFL in passing defense, the Houston Texans have some work to do on their secondary.

There is one place head coach Bill O’Brien would like general manager Brian Gaine to start.

“There’s no doubt we would love to have Tyrann [Mathieu] back,” O’Brien said last week at the NFL scouting combine.

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And while the Texans head coach said several times that the free-agency aspect of the game is “a business” and that “it takes two to tango,” there’s no doubt Mathieu was one of few bright spots in Houston’s pass defense last season.

The former Arizona Cardinals safety quickly became a leader in the locker room after joining the team last March and was a difference-maker on the field as well. Mathieu was brought in to play safety, but he was moved around the field because of injuries in the secondary. He bet on himself last offseason when he signed a one-year, $7 million contract, and it paid off. Mathieu is set to receive a big payday from someone this offseason.

“He’s a guy that really meant a lot to our locker room,” O’Brien said. “I’ve said it time and time again, this guy came in and was there from the offseason program and then at the end of training camp was voted a team captain. I think that says a lot about the impact he had, not just as a player — he’s a good football player, he’s a smart football player, he’s a versatile player — but also, what he meant leadership-wise in the locker room.”

The Texans have another veteran entering free agency in longtime Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson, who was the Texans’ first-round pick in 2010. The veteran moved from corner to safety last offseason and had a lot of success at the position early in the season, but he ended up primarily playing cornerback, again, because of injuries.

“Kareem had a really good year for us, also,” O’Brien said. “Again, he’s a versatile player. He’s a guy that has leadership qualities. He’s been with us since the day I walked in here. He’s an original Texan, was drafted as a Texan and has had a good career here.”

Jackson is coming off of his best NFL season, with a career-high 87 tackles and 17 passes defended. He also had two interceptions, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a sack. Though the team valued what Jackson did last season, it seems unlikely it would bring back both Mathieu and Jackson, especially if Jackson returns to playing safety. With Justin Reid coming off a successful rookie season, only one of Jackson or Mathieu is necessary.

The Texans’ first noteworthy roster move of the offseason was in their secondary. On Tuesday they released Kevin Johnson, who would have been owed more than $9 million for his fifth-year option if he was on the roster at the beginning of the new NFL year. The 2015 first-round pick missed the majority of the 2018 season after suffering a concussion in the opener against the Patriots and has played in only 35 games in his first four seasons. While it’s possible Johnson could return on a cheaper contract, the Texans were not willing to pay him top dollar at the position; he was set to make more per season than veteran cornerbacks Johnathan Joseph and Aaron Colvin.

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Joseph will return for the second year of the two-year, $10 million contract he signed a year ago after a strong season at age 34. Houston will hope for more from Colvin, who signed a four-year deal worth $34 million in 2018. Colvin missed time last season after injuring his ankle, but even after he returned, he did not play at the level the Texans were hoping for when they signed him and was a healthy scratch down the stretch.

“[Colvin] probably expected himself to play and perform better, too,” Gaine said. “I would say this: Aaron dealt with some injury last year. Unfortunately, he tried to come back from that injury and probably didn’t play as well as he hoped, so we’re hoping Year 2 of free agency, you get a better dividend and more contributions from the nickel position.”

The front seven is obviously the highlight and focal point of the Houston defense right now — it’s hard for that not to be the case when J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney are lining up together — but it’s not hard to see just how good the unit could be. The defense gave up an average of just 19.8 points per game last season, tied for fourth in the NFL, despite all the changes in the secondary. In 2016, Houston thrived defensively with a cornerback trio of Jackson, Joseph and A.J. Bouye. Since Bouye’s departure, there has been a big hole in the secondary.

“On the defensive side of the ball, the strength of our team, obviously, sits in the front seven. As much as you can pressure the quarterback, stress the quarterback, stress the football, that’s critically important,” Gaine said. “At corner, we’re dealing with some free-agent situations and we have to navigate that over the next coming weeks. So, we’ll continue to try to build the defense and make it a strength of the team.”

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The Texans now know which seven picks they’ll have in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Houston owns the 25th overall pick in the first round, and they have a susequent pick in every other round. The Draft begins on Thursday, April 27 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Texans didn’t receive any compensatory selections, and their sixth round pick was acquired from the Bears in a 2015 trade of tight end Khari Lee. Washington owns the Texans’ original sixth-rounder, as they received that and a 2016 first-round selection in exchange for the pick Houston used to select receiver Will Fuller last spring.

Below is a complete list of the Texans’ 2017 NFL Draft order.