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Houston Texans Agree to Deal With Randall Cobb

After losing DeAndre Hopkins in a trade to the Cardinals, the Texans have agreed to a contract with wide receiver Randall Cobb. According to NFL Network’s James Jones, Cobb will get a three-year, $27 million contract with $18.75 million guaranteed.

Cobb, 29, played the first eight seasons of his career for the Packers before joining Dallas last season. He has 525 receptions for 6,352 yards and 44 touchdowns in his career.

Houston needed to get more targets for Deshaun Watson after trading away Hopkins earlier on Monday. Unfortunately, Cobb, Will Fuller, Keke Coutee and Kenny Stills have all dealt with injuries in the last few years.

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1 comment

NFL Free Agency Tracker March 17, 2020 at 12:05 pm

[…] Cobb is staying in the state of Texas. He is moving from Dallas to Houston as he signs a deal with the Texans. Read more about the move here. […]


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