The Houston Texans quarterback situation is one everyone is following most this offseason and the latest move the team made is pretty telling.
On Tuesday, the team reportedly came to an agreement with free-agent quarterback Tyrod Taylor on a 1-year deal:
The move provides the Texans with some insurance in the event the Deshaun Watson situation gets handled. There are many around the league that the Texans will eventually trade Watson. So far, they have not entertained offers for their 25-year-old Pro Bowl quarterback.
Meanwhile, Taylor comes in after spending last season with the Los Angeles Chargers. He was replaced by Justin Herbert in Week 2 of the 2020 NFL season after a Los Angeles Chargers team doctor accidentally punctured Taylor’s lung just before kickoff.