The Houston Texans may be one of the most improved teams this offseason.
They added talent via both the draft and in free agency.
Some of the players the Texans signed include Dalton Schultz, Devin Singletary, and Jimmie Ward.
Well, the Texans just made a recent move to bring in some offensive line depth.
According to Ari Meirov, the Texans have signed former Panthers second-round pick Greg Little.
The #Texans have signed former #Panthers 2nd-round OT Greg Little, per his agent @davidcanter. He was with Miami the last two seasons.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) May 4, 2023
Little was drafted in 2019 with high expectations of being a long-term starter in Carolina.
But, for a multitude of reasons it did not pan out.
He was traded from the Panthers to the Dolphins at the end of last year.
Now he is looking to revive his career as a member of the Texans.
In his three-year career, Little has started 13 of 31 games.
Yet he is still only 25 years old, and could still develop into a quality player.
Now that the Texans have a rookie quarterback, they must do their best to protect him.
So adding more depth to the offensive line seems like a smart move.
It seems unlikely that the Texans will be competitive next season.
They simply do not have a good enough roster.
But they are one of the up-and-coming teams and have a bright future.
Keep an eye on how the Texans play throughout the 2023 season.
Other than Stroud, they also selected Will Anderson Jr. in the first round.
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