Houston – The houston texans have agreed upon a contract with the wide receiver robert woodsSources confirmed to ESPN.
The Texans signed Woods to a two-year, $15.25M deal with $10M fully guaranteed and a contract cap of $17M.
played for Woods last season tennessee titans and caught 53 passes for 527 receiving yards with two touchdowns. The Titans acquired Woods in March 2022 by trading them for a 2023 sixth-round pick. Los Angeles Rams,
Woods, 30, was released on February 22 to help the Titans get under the salary cap.
Prior to playing for the Titans, Woods suffered an ACL tear in November 2021 and returned from injury to play in all 17 games last season.
Woods is a 10 year veteran and has played for buffalo bill, Rams and Titans. Woods had 623 catches for 7,604 yards and 37 touchdowns in his career. He has had two seasons of over 1,000 receiving yards, both coming in 2018 and 2019 in back-to-back seasons with the Rams.
This signing gives the Texans a potential replacement if they decide to trade the wide receiver. brandin cook, who asked to be traded at the trade deadline during the 2022 season. Cooks was not traded, but finished last season as the Texans’ leading receiver (669). League sources told ESPN that Cook still prefers to be traded.
Texans coach Demeco Ryan and general manager Nick Cesario discussed Cooks’ future at the NFL combine.
“I would say we’re kind of in the process of building a team here,” Cesario said. “Each player, each individual situation we’ll look at it. Then, ultimately we’ll do what feels best for the team and the organization going forward.”
The issue with a potential trade involving Cook is that his $18 million salary is fully guaranteed. But Ryan is engaged in discussions with Cook and “would love to work with him.”
Ryan said, “I’ve spoken to Brandin and the process will have to take its course.” “We’ll do what’s best for our team.”
NFL Network first reported the signing.