The Houston Texans are looking to make some moves this offseason.
After bringing in a new head coach in DeMeco Ryans, Houston is looking to get back to winning.
They have the second overall pick in the NFL, which we can assume will be used on a quarterback.
But, they want to make sure they have some good skill players in place for their new signal caller.
One market that seems to be slowly moving in free agency is the wide receivers.
We have not seen many signed, as the league is trying to figure out the price tag on some of these players.
But, the Texans are one of the first to sign a receiver from a different team.
According to Jeremy Fowler, the Texans have agreed to a deal with former Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown.
#Texans signing WR Noah Brown, per source. Former Cowboys WR stays in-state.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 14, 2023
Brown is not an impact player or someone that is going to put the Texans over the top.
But, he is a nice piece to have on the roster.
The former Cowboy fits best in a WR4/5 role where he can make an impact on special teams.
Last season was the first year he played a substantial role in the passing game.
Brown caught 43 passes for 555 yards and three touchdowns.
For being a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Brown has carved out a nice career for himself.
It will be interesting to see how the Texans plan to use him.
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