Cornerback Bradley Roby consents to terms with Texans
Cornerback Bradley Roby has consented to terms with the Houston Texans, a source affirmed to ESPN.
The agreement was first detailed Sunday by the Houston Chronicle.
Last offseason, Roby marked in Houston on a one-year, demonstrate it deal. He played in 10 games for Houston in 2019, missing five games in the season as he recouped from a hamstring injury.
After Roby played well in his arrival from his physical issue, Texans lead trainer Bill O’Brien applauded the veteran cornerback yet said he should have been ready to remain on the field.
During the 2019 season, Roby had two interceptions, one of which he returned 27 yards for a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He likewise had a constrained fumble, sack and eight passes defended. His other pick came before in the season against the Patriots.
Roby, who turns 28 on May 1, was a first-round draft pick by the Denver Broncos in 2014. In 89 career games, he has 9 interceptions, 68 passes defended, 8 forced fumbles, 4 sacks, and 274 tackles.
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