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State of the Texans:
Houson CB D.J. Hayden will work out 4/2 w/ Texans. Will do sguttle, jumps and send results to all teams. Has 7 total visits. Rising fast.
— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) March 25, 2013
According to NFL Network’s Gil Brandt, the Houston Texans will host hometown product, cornerback D.J. Hayden in a private workout. Hayden graduated from the University of Houston and garnered first team All Conference selection as a defensive back in 2012 when he posted four interceptions in 9 appearances for the Cougars.
Hayden suffered a freak injury in collision in practice that resulted in a tear of the inferior vena cava in the heart that ended his 2012 season early. An injury like Hayden’s usually don’t result in a good ending, but Hayden was lucky enough to come out alive and get ready for the NFL draft.
Hayden during his pro day posted:
4.40 second 40 yard dash
Vertical jump of 33 1/2 inches
Broad Jump of 10 feet
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For 11 years, Ed Reed put together a Hall of Fame-type career in front of ever-adoring Ravens fans.
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Texans hosting FB Greg Jones today. I can confirm report they’ll bring in Tyrann Mathieu at some point before draft.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 26, 2013
In fact, if Greg Jones played in a city other than Jacksonville, he probably would have made a Pro Bowl by now. Vicious blocker. #Texans — Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) March 26, 2013
The Houston Texans are hosting...
Ed Reed spent 10 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens including this season’s Super Bowl Championship. On Friday, Reed became one of several Ravens that opted not to return to the Ravens. Reed instead signed with the Houston Texans for a reported three-year contract worth $15 million.
Sunday, Reed took out a full-page ad in the Baltimore Sun to bid the city, its fans and the organization...
Ed Reed thanks Ravens fans via full-page ad in Baltimore newspaper
Ed Reed spent 10 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, and culminated his tenure there with a Super Bowl Championship.
Reed closed that chapter and agreed to join the Houston Texans. Friday, he signed a three-year contract worth a reported $15 million.
Sunday, in a true act of class, Reed took out a full...
(via Houston Texans)
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