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When Texans rookie cornerback Lonnie Johnson Jr. takes the field Monday night against the New Orleans Saints, it marks a significant moment in his life.

Not only is Johnson is preparing for his first NFL game, but the second-round draft pick from Kentucky is looking forward to playing against former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player quarterback Drew Brees.

“I’m excited about it,” Johnson said. “I’m ready to get out there and play and show everybody what I’m made of. I’m ready to show what I’m about for real. Being on the same field with Drew Brees, I’ve been watching him growing up. So, it’s going to be amazing. It’s Monday night. I can’t wait to play a real game.”
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Johnson represents the physical prototype for the position. At 6-2, 213 pounds, Johnson has run the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds.
Johnson is slated for a backup role currently behind veterans Johnathan Joseph and Bradley Roby, but is expected to see action Monday.

“He’s still learning,” Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel said. “He’s a rookie, like you said. You know how I feel about rookies. Rookies are going to make rookie mistakes. If I can minimize those mistakes or minimize the chances of him making a mistake, I’ll do that, but he’s going to be on the field and he’s going to play some.”

Aggressive and physical, Johnson had his best performance of the preseason against the Dallas Cowboys when he prevented a touchdown by breaking up a pass.

The Texans face a big challenge against Saints All-Pro wide receiver Michael Thomas.

“He’s a great receiver,” Thomas said. “We match up in size pretty well. It’s going to be a good matchup.”

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Johnson experienced some rough moments during the preseason, including being kicked out of practice early after delivering some punishing hits in a joint practice with the Green Bay Packers that led to a scuffle and caused two injuries. He allowed a touchdown pass against Green Bay in the preseason opener.

“Just learned how to be a pro in this league, learned how to practice well and show what I’m made of,” Johnson said. “Just trying to earn my teammates’ trust and just physicality, just being myself. Confidence level, that was never a problem for me. I’ve always had confidence about football since I was little.”

Johnson had a difficult upbringing in Gary, Ind., a once vibrant steel town that has fallen on hard times economically and has an alarmingly high homicide rate. Johnson has lost several close friends to gun violence, including classmate and track and field teammate Daja Brookshire. He has several tattoos commemorating them.

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Johnson hopes he can offer hope to Gary residents through his example.

“Oh man, I’m not going back,” Johnson said. “Just give them something to look at and give them home coming from my city.”

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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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Houston Texans bolster their cornerback depth with the addition of Cornell Armstrong prior to the start of the season.
The Houston Texans continue to tweak their 53 man roster prior to their season opener against the New Orleans Saints and added cornerback Cornell Armstrong to the secondary. Texans agreed to a deal after Armstrong went unclaimed through the NFL waiver wire on Sunday afternoon.

The move was announced according to Armstrong’s agent Brett Tessler after he was cut by the Miami Dolphins. Armstrong was selected by the Dolphins in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft but was part of the wave of players that were released as NFL teams got to their roster of 53 before the deadline set by the NFL.

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He is the second cornerback the Texans have brought in after trading a future sixth-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for Keion Crossen. Armstrong is joining a crowded group of cornerbacks that includes Johnathan Joseph, Bradley Roby, Aaron Colvin, Lonnie Johnson Jr., Xavier Crawford, and Crossen.

Armstrong has 15 games under his belt with 8 tackles in what turned out to be his first and only season with the Dolphins. He will likely be a reserve in the Texans secondary and assume a role on the special teams unit after the team traded one of the better special teams contributors in Johnson Bademosi in the blockbuster package that netted left tackle, Laremy Tunsil.

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Armstrong will be reuniting with former Dolphins teammates, Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills in Houston, and will prepare for the first game on the national spotlight against the Saints on Monday night football.

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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.