Since being named general manager, Nick Caserio was focused on hiring a head coach that ended up becoming David Culley. Culley’s focus was to build out his staff. With coordinators in place and a variety of position coaches set, now Caserio is looking to improve the roster.
Last night, the Texans signed Paul Quessenberry, brother of David, the same Quessenberry who was drafted by the Houston Texans back in 2014 from San Jose State who beat cancer and then started for the Titans this year at left tackle once Taylor Lewan and Ty Sambrailo went out.
Texans sign Paul Quessenberry, David Quessenberry's brother https://t.co/faFMCz5Q7B via @houstonchron— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) February 10, 2021
Paul is a 6’2”, 250 pound tight end. He is already 28 years old because he served in the United States Marine Corps for five years. Of course, he is a former New England Patriot.