Houston Texans are bringing back a familiar face

Jacob Martin is returning to Houston. Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

The Houston Texans have sparked a lot of excitement this offseason with an impressive draft and by signing some quality players in free agency.

Apparently, the Texans are not done making moves. According to multiple reports, the team is signing former Texan and pass rusher Jacob Martin to a 1-year deal.

Martin, now 27 years old, played for Houston from 2019-2021and had his best season with the team in 2021 when he recorded 4 sacks, 5 TFL, 6 QB hits, and one safety.

Martin played for both the Jets and Broncos in 2022 with 2.5 sacks in 13 games.

Martin joins fellow defensive ends Jerry Hughes, Jonathan Greenard, Demone Harris, Chase Winovich, Derek Rivers, Adedayo Odeleye, Ali Gaye, Dylan Horton, and Will Anderson on the Texans roster.

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