Houston Texans add veteran wide receiver to the mix

The Texans signed WR Robert Woods to a 2-year contract. Photo by Getty Images.

The Houston Texans and WR Robert Woods have agreed on a 2-year contract.

The deal is for $15.25 million, with 10 million guaranteed. Woods caught 53 passes last season with 527 receiving yards and 2 TDs.

Woods will be 31 years old when the season begins and has two thousand yard seasons over his 10-year career. If the Texans part ways with Brandin Cooks, the team will still have a solid veteran receiver on the roster.

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