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The Houston Texans have waived both wide receiver Keith Mumphery and inside linebacker Max Bullough after separate incidents with the two players.

Bullough has been suspended the first four games of the 2017 season after testing positive for a performance enhancing substance. Bullough was an integral part of the Texans defense down the stretch in 2016 at inside linebacker.

Bullough is entering his fourth season with the Texans after signing as a free agent from Michigan State prior to the 2014 season. Bullough has appeared in 30 games for the Texans the past three seasons playing inside linebacker and helping on special teams.

In 2016, Bullough appeared in 16 games and had 25 total tackles on the season.
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The Texans have moved on from the third year wide receiver Keith Mumphery after the Detroit Free Press found out that he was banned from Michigan State’s campus for alleged misconduct. Mumphery could not return to Michigan State until 2019 despite no criminal charges being filed.

Mumphery was drafted by the Texans in the 2015 NFL draft in the 5th round and has caught 24 passes for 198 yards in 11 career games.

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Cornerback A.J. Bouye has moved on, no regrets about the Houston Texans not making a stronger push to re-sign him or putting him under their franchise tag last spring.


And when the Jaguars play the Texans for the second time this season on Sunday at EverBank Field, Bouye said he won’t carry any desire for vengeance.

He just wants a win, which would clinch the Jaguars’ first playoff berth in 10 years.

“It’s just the next game that’s very important against a good team that the record doesn’t show but we know what they’re capable of,’’ Bouye said. “I’m not going to say it’s a lot of pressure, but it’s just a great opportunity for our team to make that next step forward.’’


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Yet, it’s obvious the Jaguars benefited this season from Texans’ reluctance to re-sign Bouye.

Bouye, who played his first four seasons with the Texans before signing a five-year, $67.5 million free agent contract with Jaguars in March, is tied for the NFL lead with six interceptions.

The Texans’ entire secondary have combined for nine interceptions.

Behind Bouye and Jalen Ramsey, the Jaguars are holding teams to a league-low 174.2 yards passing. The Texans’ rank 26th in the league, allowing 241.8 yards per game.

“Well, yeah, there’s no doubt, he was somebody that we all really wanted back, no doubt about it,’’ Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “He was playing real well. He’s a hell of a player and, like I said earlier in the week, we developed him, he’s worked a lot on his own and then he’s gone to Jacksonville and done a nice job in their scheme.”

In the Jaguars’ 29-7 victory against the Texans at NRG Stadium, Bouye and Ramsey teamed up to limit Texans’ top receiver DeAndre Hopkins to just 55 yards receiving on seven catches.

That’s likely to be the Jaguars plan again on Sunday with both Bouye and Ramsey taking turns covering Hopkins, who is the second-leading receiver in the NFL with 1,233 yards.

“He’s (Hopkins) is one of the top three or four receivers definitely in the league,” Jaguars defensive coordinator Todd Wash said. “And they target him a lot, obviously. We have to know where he’s at all times. We’re very blessed to have some good players and A.J. has played solid football all year.”

Hopkins was listed on the Texans’ injury report with a toe injury that forced him to miss Thursday’s practice.

Hopkins, however, has not missed a game this season. And in last week’s 26-16 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Hopkins caught a season-high 11 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns. He has caught an NFL-high and franchise record 11 touchdown passes this season even though the Texans have lost three straight and six of their last seven.

“I felt like once they got Deshaun (Watson) that finally give him the recognition that he deserves because even without him he’s still scoring every week,” Bouye said. “He has great route craft, great hands. I remember watching one of the games and they were saying he has the most PIs (pass interference) calls against him. So that shows you how physical of a receiver he is and he is great at the point of attack. You have to be on your A game on every play.”

Although the Texans are expected to start T.J. Yates, their third different starting quarterback this season, Bouye regards him with respect.

“He is not afraid to throw it and he puts it on the money,” Bouye said. “I remember my third year I want to say we played the Jets and that’s when (cornerback Darrelle) Revis was with them and he went straight at Revis when he was still the best in the game. T.J. has done it at North Carolina, he’s done it in the league. He’s a proven quarterback and we’re not taking him lightly at all.”

In last week’s 30-24 victory against Seattle, Bouye picked off quarterback Russell Wilson twice and Ramsey had an interception.

“We’re playing with confidence, with that swag, that juice out there and I would like to say it comes from the secondary,” Ramsey said. “He’s (Hopkins) super physical, but I am too. It’s going to be a cool, fun game.”
NFL Interception Leaders

1. A.J. Bouye, Jaguars, 6

2. Kevin Byard, Titans, 6

3. Micah Hyde, Bills, 5

3. Darius Slay, Lions, 5

3. Eric Weddle, Ravens, 5

Texans at Jaguars

When: 1 p.m., Sunday

Where: EverBank Field

TV: Fox

Line: Jaguars by 11

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The Texans made a stunning move up the 2017 draft in order to land a franchise quarterback, and it paid off big-time when Deshaun Watson proved to be the most exciting rookie of the first half of the season before an injury ended his year early. Still, the Texans know they have the most important piece of the roster locked in and multiple stars on both sides of the ball. So what do they need? Let’s dive into it.
2018 draft picks
Round 1: None
Round 2: None
Round 3: Houston, Seattle
Round 4: Houston
Round 5: None
Round 6: Houston
Round 7: Houston
The Texans of course paid quite the price to land Watson, sending the Browns their first-round pick in this draft for the opportunity to move up in 2017. Houston also sacrificed its second-round pick in order to clear Brock Osweiler from their ledger, sending it to the Browns as well. They did upgrade their fifth-rounder to a third-rounder in the trade that sent tackle Duane Brown to the Seahawks, which also netted Houston an extra second-rounder in 2019. With that future pick in tow, the Texans have the option to package a 2019 Day 2 pick with one of their third-rounders this year should they want to make a leap for a particular target in 2018.
Biggest offseason needs
Offensive line
The Texans are pretty well set up at their skill positions with two quality options in the running game, a beast in No. 1 receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a quality secondary option in Will Fuller, but they need to get Watson some help up front, and fast. The team can’t count on anything from right tackle Derek Newton, who’s trying to work his way back from ruptured patellar tendons. No one has played well enough on the line to lock up a starting spot, so it wouldn’t be a shock to see the Texans use their limited draft capital on multiple offensive linemen.
The front-seven has an excellent chance at being elite if J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus can stay healthy in 2018, as players like D.J. Reader and Christian Covington have played well. Even at inside linebacker, where it’s time to move on from Brian Cushing and save $8.5 million in cap space, the team has a pair of young second-round picks in Bernardrick McKinney and Zach Cunningham to lean on.

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The Texans don’t have too much to hang their hat on in the secondary though. Kareem Jackson might not be worth the expensive price tag, but Johnathan Joseph is a free agent and Kevin Johnson has been routinely burned in coverage. Talent needs to be found somewhere. At safety, Andre Hal is worth sticking with at one spot, but the team needs to find another capable starter next to him.
Prospects to watch
Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
Jones showed drastic improvement in his final year with the Buckeyes, and he has the size and length to step right into the left tackle spot at the professional level. He could be available when the Texans go on the clock in Round 3, or the Texans could choose to make a move into the second round to draft a tackle.
Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford

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Meeks is a long, rangy cornerback who’s had his fair share of experience on an island. As a run defender, he’s unafraid to lower the boom on running backs. The 6-foot-2 Meeks has six pass breakups and two interceptions this season for the Cardinal.
Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama
Harrison is an enforcer on the back end of Alabama’s defense. While he doesn’t project to a center field role in the NFL, his versatility and thumping ability against the run will make him a hot commodity come draft time.

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“I thought Jeff Allen did a decent job at left tackle,” O’Brien said. “The false starts were not all his fault. We were in a couple different cadences there and I’ve got to do a better job of coaching that. I wouldn’t put that on Jeff Allen, those false starts. I thought Jeff played good. I thought Xavier (Su’a-Filo) probably played one of his better games. I thought Nick (Martin) did some good things on the inside, all of them in pass pro. Breno (Giacomini) plays a very tough, tough veteran leadership type game every week and I thought that Mancz had a solid day.”

The modified Texans o-line had success in pass protection in the 24-13 loss to the Titans, gaining 384 total net yards on offense. Houston’s 331 passing yards were the second-most in a game this season (367 vs. Seattle in Week 8). The Texans rushed for just 53 yards against a stingy Titans run defense, but O’Brien sees potential in the offensive line’s performance.

“I can’t say that that’ll be the line every week but I thought that those guys played well and I would anticipate that that’s probably the offensive line moving forward here for the next few weeks,” O’Brien said.

The Texans return to NRG Stadium after back-to-back road games to host the San Francisco 49ers in Week 14. Kickoff is set for Sunday at noon CT on FOX and SportsRadio 610.

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