The Houston Texans, as reported earlier, invited former Kansas State QB Collin Klein to participate at the team's rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.
Try as he may, he did not make the cut, reports FOX 26. “No, I did not sign,” Klein said after minicamp concluded. “I think they’re working through some things.
Klein looked like a longshot, and a player that would have to change positions for real shot in the NFL, most experts concluded. Teams wanted to see him work out as a tight end at the combine, but he refused. He had been working with former Kubiak player Jake Plummer on a few things, and both he and Kubiak were said to be impressed with his skills. Just not enough we suppose.
“I feel very good that I put my best foot forward and just so grateful they gave me the opportunity," Klein added.