Noah Brown is signing for The Texans on a 1-year deal worth up to $3.1 million.
Houston Texans has wasted no time in the first 2 days of the tampering period after securing free agent Noah Brown from the Cowboys. GM Nick Caserio will be pleased to add another receiver to his roster of impressive players.
27-year-old Brown got off to a slow start with the Dallas Cowboys after graduation from Ohio State. Being their 7th-round pick back in 2017, the New Jersey native only got 2 starts in his first four seasons.
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Brown is coming out of a career year with 43/ 74 targets for 555 yards with three touchdowns last season. Over a career of 66 games, the 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds receiver has caught 82 passes for 980 yards.
Known for his blocking ability, Brown came to the attention of the Cowboys after Ohio State teammate Ezekiel Elliot made a recommendation to Nick Caerio.
After recovering from a broken leg and two surgeries playing college football in TX, Brown caught 32 passes for 402 yards when playing with the Buckeyes. Going on to secure a tied school record for scoring four touchdowns against Oklahoma.
Houston Texans will likely be adding more players to its wide receivers. Amari Rodgers and Brandon Cooks are the only two on the roster, with free agents Philip Dorset and Chris Moore looking for new deals in the NFL.
Rookie coach DeMeco Ryans is looking to completely rebuild the team after the abysmal previous seasons with the full support of the GM. Free agents like Brown will be the key to bringing in players who can fill the gap from the many gaps in the roster.