5 Players you forgot played for the Houston Texans
Aaron Glenn made an instant impact for the Houston Texans in 2002
For a franchise looking to get off on the right foot, Aaron Glenn made sure he played his part. In his 2002 season, Glenn had 5 interceptions for over 150 return yards, and 2 interceptions returned for touchdowns. He also added 67 combined tackles to help out the fledgling Texans.
Glenn was selected in the team’s expansion draft and was one of the first two Texans to be named to the Pro Bowl (the other was Gary Walker). Drafted way back in the first round of the 1994 NFL draft by the New York Jets, Glenn made the most out of his time in Houston. His contract became an issue and was later let go after the 2004 season.
Glenn went on to play for Dallas, Jacksonville, and New Orleans afterward. In 2010, after he had been away from Houston for 5 years, he signed a one-day contract and retired as a Houston Texan. That goes to show you how much Houston had an impact on his career as opposed to his time with the Jets.