The darling of the Texans 2019 draft, athletic freak turned injured reserve stash, Kahale Warring failed to put up when the time came to do so.
#Texans waiving TE Kahale Warring, third-round pick in 2019.— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) August 23, 2021
Texans cutting former third-round tight end Kahale Warring, league source confirms. Warring played just four snaps against the Cowboys. Physically gifted athlete has three career receptions for 35 yards— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) August 23, 2021
Potential just means you haven’t done anything yet
If there was ever a Houston Texan who fit the legendary coach’s definition of potential, it’s Warring.
The 6’5” 225 lbs San Diego State alum participated in 7 games in 2020, was targeted 7 times and hauled in 3 passes for 35 yards. The certainly fits the description of “haven’t done anything yet”.
While at SD State, Warring caught 51 passes for 637 yards for a 12.5 yard per catch average and 8 touchdowns between 2016-18.
While another team might fall in love with Warring’s untapped potential and claim him off waivers, should he clear the wire, it wouldn’t be unexpected for the Texans to sign him to the practice squad.
For those waiting to see Warring turn into a pro bowl tight end, you might have to wait a little (a lot?) longer.
Either way, best of luck Kahale, we barely new ye.