Houston Texans free agency Wishlist by position groups

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Mike Gesicki could lead the Houston Texans in their 12 personnel package

During Nick Caserio’s Combine press conference, he mentioned that he wanted an offense that uses 12 personnel (one running back, two tight ends) as it helps diagnose the defense more often. Caserio went on to say that there would be new faces at the position, as only 2021 draft pick Brevin Jordan is on the roster.

Mike Gesicki has been the most reliable target for the Miami Dolphins for the past handful of seasons, and it would be quite a sight if the Dolphins let him walk. Gesicki would become the most athletic tight end on the Texans since Owen Daniels.

Gesicki has over 2,200 career receiving yards and 13 touchdowns. In a system with Pep Hamilton that would most likely emphasize throwing the football, getting Gesicki would be a no-brainer. His ability to make tough catches over the middle is what every quarterback dreams of, and with Mills (or Huntley), it could be the biggest tight end-quarterback combo in the AFC South.