The Houston Texans have yet to do much of anything this offseason. They released Vernon Hargreaves, and they, hmmmmm, that’s about all they’ve done. General manager Bill O’Brien briefly made comments about Laremy Tunsil and Deshaun Watson extensions at the 2020 NFL combine. They haven’t made any other moves to create cap space, like restructure J.J. Watt’s contract, or moving on from Angelo Blackson. It’s been pretty quiet.
There was some news today. The Texans are expecting to resign Jon Weeks, the Texans current long snapper, once free agency begins.
The Texans plan to re-sign veteran long snapper and former Pro Bowl selection Jon Weeks to a new contract at the start of the league year, according to league sources. Weeks is one of the top long snappers in the NFL and holds the Texans' consecutive game streak: 160 games— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 4, 2020
Weeks has been a Pro Bowler before. He’s closing in on playing the most seasons with the Houston Texans. I can’t think of a bad snap he’s made in my life, and I’ve been alive for every Houston Texans’ football game.
This is fine. This is good. This should start get the news cranking on other and more important things.