The Texans have signed two new pieces; return man Andre Roberts from the Bills and linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill from the Dolphins. These moves come the day that the 2021 legal tampering window officially opened.
The NFL’s Tom Pelissero reported the Roberts news via Twitter on Monday via Twitter.
The #Texans agreed to terms with WR Andre Roberts on a two-year deal worth up to $5.95 million, source said.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 15, 2021
Roberts’ new deal with the Texans is worth almost $6 million over two years. The 33-year-old return man was selected to the Pro Bowl each of the last three seasons. He was First Team All-Pro in 2018 and led the league in kick return yards that season.
Grugier-Hill is a Super Bowl champion linebacker from his time in Philadelphia. He was drafted by Nick Casserio, who is now the general manager for the Texans, who just re-acquired him. During his only season in Miami, he racked up only 28 tackles and one fumble recovery.
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