The Houston Texans got even smaller on Sunday.
As teams cut their rosters ahead of the NFL's 80-man deadline,
The Texans let a pair in fullback Andy Genovic and linebacker Taye Davis.
Still to Genovitch as part of a one-year $1.1 million contract
Received your $200,000 signing bonus,
Signed this off-season, $500,000 of which is fully guaranteed.
A Broncos sixth-round pick in 2016, Genovic played four seasons in Denver
and then completed a two-year term in Cleveland.
As for Davis, he was in 2018–2019 after 17 matches with the Giants.
Last played with the Browns in 2020. Apart from those roster moves,
Texans put wide receiver Chester Rogers on injured reserve, before it even starts its season.