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Report: Texans to sign safety Tashaun Gipson, corner Bradley Roby

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After the Texans lost Tyrann Mathieu to the Chiefs and Kareem Jackson to the Broncos, Houston is reportedly set to sign former Jaguars safety Tashaun Gipson. Albert Breer is reporting that the deal is for 3-years, $22 million. Gipson started all 16 games for the Jags over the last three seasons and has 20 career interceptions. This will be his eighth year in the league and he is 28 years old. He will compete with Justin Reid and Andre Hal at safety.

The Houston Texans continue to make moves in the secondary adding former Broncos corner Bradley Roby on Tuesday afternoon. Roby will sign a 1-year deal for $10 million according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Roby will be 27 years old in May and is entering his 6th season in the league. Roby started 15 games in 2018 while recording 1 interception and 12 passes defended.

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