WHEELING AND DEALING!
Houston Texans agree to deal with former Cowboys wide receiver
The Houston Texans continue to make small moves in free agency to add to the overall depth of the team.
After trading for guard Shaq Mason on Tuesday, the Texans agreed to sign 27-year-old big-bodied receiver Noah Brown. Details of the deal are still unavailable.
WR Noah Brown is a decent depth signing for the #Texans
- Productive WR3 last year for DAL with career high: 43 catches, 555 yards, 3 TDs
- Adds size (6’2, 225), blocking and ST
- Just 4 drops on 73 targets
- 12.2 average yards/target
- 60% of catches went for 1st down
— Jordan Pun (@Texans_Thoughts) March 14, 2023
At 6'2 and 225 pounds, Brown gives the Texans some size in their receiving corps to go along with Robert Woods, Nico Collins, Amari Rodgers and John Metchie III. Of course, Brandin Cooks is still on the roster, but a trade seems likely before the start of the season.
Brown had a nice year for the Cowboys in 2022, with 555 receiving yards and 3 TDs. Hopefully he can build on his career-season, as Brown has only recorded one season with over 185 receiving yards in his five-year career.