NFL Free Agency Grades: Houston Texans get it right with Dalton Schultz

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Re-signed Scott Quessenberry, Center
1 year, $1,232,500

Grade: F

This is a terrible signing. Quessenberry was one of the worst centers, if not the worst, in football last season. Houston better draft their starting center or there is going to be a massive hole right in the middle of the line.

Signed Robert Woods, Wide Receiver
2 years, $15,250,000

Grade: B-

A solid get at the wide receiver position, Woods can provide veteran leadership while hopefully regaining the form he had from 2018-2020 with the Rams.

Re-signed M.J. Stewart, Safety
2 years, $6,000,000

Grade: B

A special team's standout, ranking in the top 10 last season. This keeps a special team's ace on the roster and also allows Stewart the opportunity to push for more playing time at safety in camp.

Re-signed Derek Rivers, Defensive End
1 year, $990,000

Grade: C-

Another minimal role player on the defensive line who is seemingly a camp body signing. Again, the Texans may have been better served bringing in a fresh face instead.