Houston’s offensive line ranked 29th, according to Pro Football Focus, which notes 11 different linemen played at least 58 snaps for the Texans last season, and the ones who played the most graded the worst.
It appears that George Warhop is having an influence on the Houston Texans free agents. Another Jacksonville Jaguars player is joining the division rival Houston Texans. A.J. Cann was the Jaguars’ right guard since 2015 when he was drafted in the third round out of South Carolina. Cann has only played one full season, and that was in 2016. Warhop was Cann’s offensive line coach in Jacksonville.
Britt agreed to a two-year, $9 million contract with the Texans on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Britt spent time on the reserve/COVID-19 list and injured reserve with a knee issue last season but still started 11 games up front for Houston. The 30-year-old opted to forgo free agency and re-sign with the Texans, and he's set to be they're starting center again in 2022.
Justin Britt completed a successful comeback season in 2021, and the Texans plan to bring him back. Houston is re-signing its starting center, Mark Berman of Fox 26 tweets. This will be Britt’s fourth contract. While it does not measure up to the deal the Seahawks gave him in the late 2010s, it is a raise from his previous Texans pact. Houston is bringing Britt back on a two-year, $9M accord, ProFootballNetwork.com’s Aaron Wilson notes (on Twitter). Britt, 30, played for one year and $3.2M in 2021.
The Texans are re-signing center Justin Britt, a person with knowledge of the transaction said Monday. Britt has agreed to a two-year deal, accoring to a source. The deal gives the franchise two centers on the roster, along with second-year veteran Jimmy Morrissey. Britt, 30, is a seven-year veteran who...
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In other moves to address the offensive line, Houston also cut veteran right tackle Marcus Cannon to save $5.2 million and signed tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, who also played in Jacksonville
HOUSTON — The 2021 campaign was a season of change for Houston Texans' center Justin Britt. This past season marked the first time Britt played for another organization following a seven-year stint with the Seattle Seahawks, and his first on-field action since sustaining an ACL injury in October of 2019.
This wasn’t exactly a banner season for the Texans. But, on an individual level, Justin Britt enjoyed a bounce-back year. Now, with free agency on the horizon, the veteran center says he wants to stay in Houston. [RELATED: Texans GM Search Tracker]. “I had a blast this year,” Britt...
This wasn’t exactly a banner season for the Texans. But, on an individual level, Justin Britt enjoyed a bounce-back year. Now, with free agency on the horizon, the veteran center says he wants to stay in Houston. “I had a blast this year,” Britt said, via Aaron Wilson of...
HOUSTON - Veteran center Justin Britt rebooted his NFL career last season with the Texans, providing a gritty presence and leadership for an overhauled roster. Signed to a one-year, $5 million contract, Britt overcame a torn anterior cruciate ligament sustained in 2019 that prevented him from playing in 2020. He gave a technically sound and tough skill set for the Texans and was voted the winner of the annual Ed Block Courage award by his teammates.
Texans OL Justin Britt, TE Jeff Driskel, QB Tyrod Taylor and LB Garret Wallow recognized with 2021 team awards
The Houston Texans have selected OL Justin Britt as the 2021 Ed Block Courage Award winner. Houston's IMPACT Team also awarded three players for their work in the community during the 2021 season: TE Jeff Driskel was named the 2021 IMPACT Newcomer of the Year, LB Garret Wallow was named the 2021 IMPACT Rookie of the Year and QB Tyrod Taylor was named the 2021 IMPACT Community MVP. Additionally, the Texans Strength & Conditioning Staff was given the Staff IMPACT Award for their departments' work in the community.
Texans players voted center Justin Britt as the team’s Ed Block Courage Award winner. The annual award, given to one player from every NFL team, honors players for their commitment to sportsmanship and courage. Britt missed the entire 2020 season after suffering an ACL tear while playing for the...