New England Patriots Cornerback Myles Bryant Heads to Houston Texans for Defense Re reinforcement

Texans reach agreement with Myles Bryant

Cornerback Myles Bryant has officially decided to join the Houston Texans, according to a report by Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle. The terms of the agreement have not been made public at this time.

Bryant initially entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2020 when he signed with the New England Patriots. Over the past four seasons, he has been a key member of their roster, playing in 56 games and starting in 18 of them. Last season, he was a consistent presence on the field, appearing in every game and starting nine times. His contributions included 77 tackles, a sack, an interception, and two forced fumbles.

Texans General Manager Nick Caserio, who was previously with the Patriots front office, played a role in bringing Bryant to Houston. With his experience and skills on defense, Bryant is expected to be a valuable addition to the team’s roster as they continue to build their defense for the upcoming season. Fans are eagerly anticipating seeing how Bryant will make an impact on the team during his time in Houston.

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