Houston Texans cutting veteran tight end Pharaoh Brown

HOUSTON – The Texans are cutting veteran beginning tight end Pharaoh Brown, in keeping with league sources.

Brown missed a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers resulting from hip, shoulder accidents.

Signed to a one-year, $3 million assured contract this offseason, Brown has seven catches for 72 yards this season in three video games, all begins, and 10 targets. For his career, the 6-foot-6, 258-pounder has 46 career catches for 433 yards and two touchdowns

Brown’s deal features a $1 million signing bonus, with a $2 million assured wage, $500,000 in per recreation energetic roster bonuses, playtime incentive to succeed in as much as $4 million.

A former undrafted free agent from Oregon who overcame a grotesque leg damage in school that almost value him his leg, Brown had 4 catches for 67 yards within the first recreation of the season final season in opposition to the Jacksonville Jaguars. He had 23 catches for 171 yards and no scores in 15 video games and a dozen begins final season.

Without Brown, the Texans can lean on tight ends O.J. Howard, who has two touchdowns, Jordan Akins, who has scored as soon as in two video games in customary elevations from the observe squad, Brevin Jordan, who has missed the previous two video games with an ankle damage, they usually have tight end Mason Schreck on the observe squad. Schreck performed in opposition to the Chargers and caught his first regular-season move in 24 career video games after a earlier stint with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Aaron WIlson is a Pro Football Network reporter and a contributor to KPRC 2 and click2houston.com

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