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The Texans activated tight end Authentic Jordan Thomas Jersey from injured reserve-designated to return.

Thomas cracked a rib during a preseason game against the Rams. He caught four touchdowns as a rookie last season after being drafted in the sixth round out of Mississippi State.

“I just want to help the team win,” Thomas said. “That’s the most accomplishment I can get. I’ve never been injured before, so that was new to me. Just stepping away, getting my body back prepared and trying to step back in and help the team win. It was just getting my mind back right.

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“It was great to be under the lights again. It’s been a while. It was a good feeling. It was great to be back, getting back in the flow of things, getting back the speed of the game, my routes, my blocking, my hand placement. It’s just been fun getting back into it.”

The Texans promoted safety Authentic Jonathan Owens Jersey from the practice squad. Owens was previously with the Arizona Cardinals before joining the Texans’ practice squad.

The Texans cut wide receiver Steven Mitchell Jr and defensive end Joel Heath.

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The Houston Texans have entered a verbal agreement with free-agent offensive lineman Brent Qvale. The Texans will have to complete a physical for the deal to become official with Qvale.

Qvale was signed by the New York Jets as a rookie free agent out of Nebraska in 2014. He was signed as a tryout during rookie mini-camp and was with the practice squad his entire rookie season.

In 2015, Qvale made the 53-man roster and spent six seasons with the Jets. Authentic Brent Qvale Jersey has played right tackle, left and right guard with the Jets over the seasons.

He has appeared in 63 games with 15 starts over that stretch for the Jets.

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The Houston Texans continued a busy day and quarterback A.J. McCarron will return in 2020. McCarron was the handpicked back up quarterback for the Texans in 2019 behind Watson and now he will have the same duties this upcoming season.

The deal is a one year contract worth $4 million with $3.75 million guaranteed.

Authentic AJ McCarron Jersey had a strong off-season until he broke his thumb in joint practices with the Green Bay Packers which caused him to miss the entire preseason due to the injury. McCarron was able to return for the start of the season and back up Authentic Deshaun Watson Jersey for the majority of the season.

Starting the final game of the season, McCarron threw for 225 yards and completed 56.8% of his passes with one interception. With not taking a significant snap since 2015, McCarron was able to keep a patchwork Texans offense competing with a Tennessee Titans team in week 17 of the season.

The Texans now have three quarterbacks under contract heading into next season with Deshaun Watson, A.J. McCarron, and Authentic Alex McGough Jersey.

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The Houston Texans gave up a future sixth-round pick to sign CB Keion Crossen. Questions remain about his purpose but Bill O’Brien addressed them recently.
Houston Texans fans — we’ve got five days to go before the start of the 2019 season is official. They’ll be taking on the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome to kick off the season and they will have their hands full against what most of us regard as a Super Bowl contender.

Drew Brees still remains in top form after all these years and I wouldn’t expect anything less out of him. His training/diet regimen is just as strict as Tom Brady‘s so it’s no surprise he’s still turning heads at age 40.

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With the NFL rules favoring protection of the quarterback, these guys could last a long time as long as they’re in shape. But the contrast is that Brett Favre tried to do it himself but it took one tumultuous hit in a playoff game in his last season with the Minnesota Vikings before he decided to call it a career.

Since then, the Saints and the New England Patriots are dead-set on ensuring their quarterbacks are protected. These guys also have quick releases on their passing so the defense doesn’t have an opportunity to get to them that often.

We’ll see how our pass rushers — sans Jadeveon Clowney — can get to Brees but that’s another storyline for another day.

Anyway, speaking of defense, the Houston Texans traded recently for cornerback Keion Crossen from the Patriots. Crossen is just in his sophomore season and has still a lot to prove in this league but the team feels that he can be a valuable contributor.

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As I wrote the other day, what could possibly be his purpose?

Bill O’Brien gave clarity indicating that he’s a replacement for special teams whiz Johnson Bademosi — who was traded to the Miami Dolphins in the Laremy Tunsil package — and here’s what he had to say via the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson:

“Johnson Bademosi did a lot of great things for us here, that was a tough decision,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “But when we decided to include Baddy in the trade with Miami, we felt like we had to replace that. Crossen’s a little bit of different player than Baddy, but both have excellent special teams production.”

He also added this tidbit:

“Keion Crossen played on a Super Bowl team last year, played well in the AFC championship game and is a great guy. Comes to our organization very highly thought of. I just met him and he’s got a lot of energy and I think he’s going to be a good addition.”

Bademosi was signed by the Houston Texans before the start of last season to a two-year, $6.25 million deal, making him the highest-paid special teams player in the NFL at the time. With him having a base salary of $2.5M for 2019 (the last season of his expiring contract), his versatility and team-friendly made him an asset the Houston Texans were willing to deal.

But let’s compare the numbers, shall we?

Pro Football Focus graded Bademosi out a 52.2 through 322 snaps in terms of his special teams

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work to which in all retrospect, is quite underwhelming. But the Houston Texans valued his versatility it may not have mattered to them.

Crossen received a 58.4 through 122 snaps in 2018, which is slightly better than his traded counterpart so the Houston Texans feel that they’re getting a player that could adequately replace him and could possibly morph into a valuable asset for the team.

I’m sure Brad Seely had a say in this and if he did, I certainly trust his knack for finding talent because of his sterling reputation and his ability to turn around this unit after the team ousted the disgraced Larry Izzo after two seasons as special teams coordinator (2016-17).

We’ll have to see how it goes but the bright side is that Crossen did have 12 tackles, one pick and five pass deflections last week in their final preseason game against the New York Giants.

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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.