An undrafted quarterback in 2014, former Miami Hurricane alumni, Stephen Morris has never played a snap in a regular season game.
The journeyman has been a camp body for much of his career with the Houston Texans being the sixth team in his four years in the NFL.
Morris faces a steep uphill battle to make the final roster. He has similar athletic traits to Deshaun Watson but isn’t as refined as a passer as Watson or Weeden. Nor does he offer the versatility Webb brings to the table.
It’s unknown if the Texans will add any more quarterbacks with the first preseason game less than a week away. Although during the meantime, it seems like the backup position will come down to Weeden and Webb.
The number of quarterbacks they take into the regular season will depend on the quality of the competition that they present throughout the next month. Prior to Deshaun Watson’s rookie season in which they only brought two quarterbacks into the regular season, the Texans have always taken three.
With how special teams rules have changed, having a player like Joe Webb who could be a quarterback, reserve wide receiver, and contributor on special teams wouldn’t be a bad idea.