The Texans made 22 cuts this weekend to get to the 53-man roster limit.
But since they hold the first spot in waiver-claim order and need plenty of help, they’ll likely make many more over the coming days and weeks.
Other than former second-rounder Brandon Harris, there weren’t many surprises among the lot.
Another recent Texans draft pick has been sent packing.
Cornerback Brandon Harris, a 2011 second-round draft pick, was cut by the Texans today, according to James Palmer of CSN Houston.
The Houston Texans recently wrapped up their seventh day of training camp. Once again, certain players were shining while others continued to struggle.
According to John Harris of the Texans official site, DeAndre Hopkins had a huge day. He made cornerback Brandon Harris his victim throughout the session, out-running him by a mile before hauling in a long touchdown pass from quarterback...
The NFL is in midseason form, fining Texans CB Brandon Harris $21,000 for unnecessary roughness for a hit vs. the Miami Dolphins.
Texans DB Brandon Harris was fined $21K for unnecessary roughness, per league. Hitting a defenseless player in the head and neck
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 23, 2013
Houston Texans cornerback Brandon Harris took some time to talk to us at training camp. We talked about how his camp is going, fellow Miami alum Ed Reed and more.
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Brandon Harris at OTAs
In the 2011 NFL draft, the Houston Texans traded back into the second round to get corner back help and that help was Brandon Harris from Miami. Fast forward three years later, Harris is still learning his craft behind a very skilled corner back position group.
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With the NFL Draft about two months away, the Houston Texans already have some depth in the 2012 draft class with a two particular players who were drafted in 2011. The Texans are slated to have all 7 of their picks in the draft and the first one coming at #26. With those picks it will probably safe to say the Texans will be staying away from the cornerback position, especially...
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There have been a lot of question marks surrounding on why second round draft pick Brandon Harris has been getting little time in the corner backs rotation in the 2011 season. The fans in the Texans fan base have also want to see Harris on the field in an important role on the defense. Harris [...]