The Houston Texans bringing back inside linebacker Tyrell Adams for the remaining game of the regular season and the start of the playoffs.
The Houston Texans have signed inside linebacker Tyrell Adams from the San Francisco 49ers practice squad. The Texans were looking for a replacement at inside linebacker they placed Brian Peters on the IR for the rest of the season. Adams spent a few weeks on the practice squad before being promoted to the active roster. He played three games for the Texans this season and had two combined tackles.
He made most of his contributions on special teams in his first stint with the team and he is expected to stay in that role with Peters’ season coming to an end. Adams biggest play came against the Buffalo Bills in Week 6 when he blocked a punt in special teams that put the offense in a position to score. Texans PR announced the transactions on their official Twitter account.
Texans also signed cornerback Michael Hunter to their practice squad, the team had a vacant roster with wide receiver Steven Mitchell being promoted to the active roster. Hunter came to the NFL undrafted in 2016. The team has all their all of their practice squad spots filled, but the front office and coaching staff still have an open roster on the 53 man roster.
Texans have addressed their injuries at wide receiver and inside linebacker. Kayvon Webster was sent to the IR due to a thigh injury. Texans will be making a move soon after addressing the other positions of concern.