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The Houston Texans are building an intriguing cornerback competition entering the 2020 season.
The Houston Texans have made a concerted effort in addressing their secondary in the early portion of free agency. Houston added defensive backs, Jaylen Watkins, from the Los Angeles Chargers and Authentic Eric Murray Jersey from the Cleveland Browns. Both defenders have a background playing the cornerback position and could offer the Texans much-needed competition in the secondary.

The Texans also re-signed Bradley Roby, Phillip Gaines, and brought back Authentic Vernon Hargreaves Jersey; Hargreaves will return on a one year deal after he was waived before the fifth-year option on his contract became guaranteed.

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Texans have Authentic Gareon Conley Jersey, Authentic Lonnie Johnson Jersey, Authentic Keion Crossen Jersey, Authentic Cornell Armstrong Jersey, and Authentic Anthony Chesley Jersey already under contract for the upcoming season. With no first-round pick in this draft and a subpar cornerback class after Jeff Okudah and C.J. Henderson, Texans could already have the majority of their structure at cornerback in place to compete for a spot on the 53 man roster for this upcoming season.

Roby and Conley are the early favorites to be the starting duo at cornerback. Conley quickly earned the confidence of the coaching staff and begun to see playing time in the first team with Roby over Johnathan Joseph towards the end of last season.

Given that the Texans traded a third-rounder to acquire Conley, Houston invested a valuable trade asset to see what they had in a former 2017 first-rounder before deciding if they exercise the fifth-year option on his contract or let him walk in 2021.

Although the starting spot won’t just be handed to Conley, Lonnie Johnson Jr. will also have a chance to compete for the second spot on the depth chart. Johnson saw the field early in his rookie season with injuries taking a toll in the secondary, but he saw more time on special teams when Houston acquired Conley from the Oakland Raiders.

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Texans could also have a heated battle brewing at slot cornerback with Murray, Hargreaves, Gaines, and Armstrong as the main players vying for playing time on the defense. Murray is projected as the third safety on the depth chart behind Justin Reid and Tashaun Gipson, but his background playing in the slot made it appealing for Houston to give him a three-year contract.

Murray has a lot of roles he can fill in the secondary, and his deal reflects that the Texans expect him to be seeing a lot of snaps in the defense. Although Hargreaves has an outside shot to not only earn a roster spot once again but earn playing time in the slot.

Hargreaves was thrown into the fire after he was waived midseason by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and claimed by the Texans. He learned the playbook on the fly and had to develop chemistry with new teammates. Hargreaves had his ups and downs in his first stint in Houston, but this time he will have the entire preseason and training camp to work with the Texans.

The argument on who would be the better cornerback coming out of the 2016 NFL Draft between Jalen Ramsey and Hargreaves is no longer polarizing as it once was. However, Hargreaves has the best shot out of the other defensive backs to push Murray for playing time in the slot.

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Houston will have one of it’s most competitive battles in the secondary that they have had in a long time as younger players are fighting for the opportunity to assume a starting role in the secondary.

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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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