The Houston Texans have signed 29-year-old wideout Randall Cobb to a three-year, $27 million contract.
After shipping away maybe the best receiver in the game in DeAndre Hopkins, the Texans are attempting to fill a void with the injury ridden Randall Cobb.
Interesting decisions from Houston, as they now put DeShaun Watson in an uncomfortable spot.
Cobb’s had just one 1,000 yard receiving season in his career and hasn’t had more than four touchdowns scored since 2015.
The 29-year-old also has had 12 injuries since 2011 which include concussions, strained hamstrings, groin pulls, ankle sprains, etc.