Texans and Myles Bryant Reach Agreement

According to reports from Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle, cornerback Myles Bryant has decided to join the Houston Texans. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed in the report.

Bryant initially signed with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent back in 2020 and has since played four seasons with the team. His experience and skills on defense will be a valuable addition to the Texans team as they prepare for the upcoming season.

The move to Houston marks a new chapter in Bryant’s NFL career, and fans will be eager to see how he contributes to the team’s success. Texans General Manager Nick Caserio, who was in the front office in New England when Bryant first joined the Patriots, may have played a role in bringing him to Houston.

During his time with the Patriots, Bryant has played a total of 56 games and started in 18. He was a consistent presence on the field last season, appearing in every game and starting nine times while recording 77 tackles, a sack, an interception, and two forced fumbles.

Stay tuned for more updates on Bryant’s journey with the Texans as the season progresses.

By Riley Johnson

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