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Tracker: Texans Free Agent Sheldon Rankins is anticipated to sign with the Bengals.

Current Houston Texans news and transactions updated aMARCH 13 RANKINS TO CINCI Sheldon Rankins, a free agent defensive lineman, was already a long shot to return to the Houston Texans. However, it appears almost certain now.

Jeremy Fowler of ESPN claims that Rankins is nearing a contract to join the Cincinnati Bengals. It is anticipated, according to Fowler, that the sale would be completed by Wednesday night.

Rankins made 37 tackles and six sacks in his lone season with the Texans. nd the remaining NFL teams

After spending two seasons with the Jets, he signed a one-year contract as a free agent before moving to Houston.

The Saints selected Rankins with the 12th overall choice in the 2016 NFL Draft, and he played five seasons in New Orleans before entering the league.


Jordyn Brooks, a former linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks and a possible target for the Houston Texans, is reportedly close to agreeing to a $30 million, three-year contract with the Miami Dolphins.

After being selected in the 2020 Texas Tech draft, the Houstonian was regarded as an

MAR 11, TEXANS CONTENDER, QUEEN? The Houston Texans now look to other available linebackers as Blake Cashman has left for the Minnesota Vikings. Reports state that Houston is still in contact with Patick Queen, a former star of the Baltimore Ravens, but the final word will be on price.

Queen, an LSU graduate and former teammate of Texans CB Derek Stingley Jr., finished his career with 133 tackles and two sacks. He wants to receive fair compensation for the work he has done. After signing Mike Macdonald, a former defensive coordinator for the Ravens, the Seattle Seahawks are still the favorites.

HUFF GOES TO PHILLY ON MAR 11. Bryce Huff, a former defensive end for the New York Jets and a possible target for the Houston Texans, has reportedly agreed to terms on a three-year, $51.5 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The highest-paid non-quarterback undrafted free agent in NFL history is Huff, 25. Huff left Memphis in 2020 to join with New York, where he would go on to accumulate 17.5 sacks over the course of four seasons.

Huff had a career-high 10 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss in his final season with the Jets. Before the regular season begins, Josh Sweat, a defensive end, and outside linebacker Haason Reddick are slated to leave Philadelphia.
Given his position in a 4-3 defensive front, Sweat, who inked a three-year, $40 million agreement in 2021, might be a target for the Texans. He had 23 quarterback hits, seven tackles for loss, and 6.5 sacks in the previous campaign.


DAVIS TO DUVALL, MAR 11. Gabe Davis, a former wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills and a possible target for the Texans, has reportedly agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

In the AFC East, Davis, a former Central Florida fourth-round selection, was a reliable No. 2 option behind Stefon Diggs. The 6-2, 220-pound receiver caught 163 catches for 2,730 yards and 27 touchdowns in four seasons.
The Texans are anticipated to be shopping for a No. 3 receiver to complement Tank Dell and Nico Collins. Curtis Samuel of the Commanders, Tyler Boyd of the Bengals, Darnell Mooney of Chicago, and D.J. Chark of Carolina are among the early choices.


JEUDY TO BROWNS ON MAR 9 Deshaun Watson, a former quarterback for the Texans, is adding another tool to his Cleveland Browns repertoire.

The Denver Broncos sent receiver Jerry Jeudy to Cleveland on Saturday morning in exchange for a fifth and a sixth-round draft pick. The Browns now have one of the best wide receivers in the league and perhaps the best receiving group in the AFC thanks to the trade.

Watson seemed to be ecstatic about the move on X, as evidenced by his joyful tweet.

Since being traded to the Browns from Houston, Watson has largely struggled despite having plenty of weapons at his disposal, completing 59.8 percent of his passes for 2,217 yards and 14 touchdowns with nine interceptions in 12 games.

Now, with Jeudy, Elijah Moore, Amari Cooper, Marquise Goodwin, Cedric Tillman, James Proche and tight end David Njoku, Watson has no shortage of playmakers at his disposal.

MAR 1 STROUD NAMES NBA STARTING FIVE Texans’ quarterback C.J. Stroud has always displayed his love for basketball. He grew up a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers, with his all-time favorite player being Kobe Bryant.

Ahead of the 2024 Celebrity All-Star game in Indianapolis, Stroud shared his all-time NBA starting five with podcaster and social media personality Sloane Weinstein. In addition to Bryant, Stroud’s all-time starting five include Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki and Shaquille O’Neal.

Interestingly, Stroud elected to leave off two names that most NBA fans would consider the two best to ever play the game – Michael Jordan and LeBron James.

Stroud put on a show during the Celebrity All-Star game, finishing with 30 points amid Team Stephen A’s 100-91 loss to Team Shannon Sharpe.


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