Houston Texans The three most interesting bookings / future signatures

On Tuesday, the Houston Texans signed eleven players in reserve / future agreements, securing them a place on the roster of 90 men out of season. Most of these players were previously on the training team and will have another chance of success in 2022. Of the 11 eleven, three are worth picking up, all of whom have the greatest chance of going through the training camp.

Michael Dwumfour, DL

Dwumfour was originally signed by the Jets as a UDFA in 2021. After suffering injuries during the first preparatory match, he was released with compensation for injuries and later that year signed a contract with the Texans (after returning to full health). The former Michigan and Rutgers regulars have played the last three games in Houston, scoring five hits, three quarterback hits, two loss and half bag hits. Dwumfour has great potential and should have a place on the active roster depending on who the team chooses to draft.

Paul Quessenberry, FB / TE

Quessenberry is quite an interesting prospect. The 30-year-old has two brothers in the NFL, one of whom (David) is a former Texasan himself. Paul played college football in the Navy and then served five years in the Marine Corps. In 2020, the Patriots were signed as UDFA, but spent only two weeks with the team. Houston gave him another chance in 2021, where he sat on the training team for 17 matches. Although Quessenberry is not the youngest boy, he brings a lot of valuable experience to the team. Since it’s been a year, he had plenty of time to develop and understand his role. Quessenberry may not be a lock for an active list, but it can easily be the first to be called in case of injury.

Jalen Camp, WR

Camp was originally selected in the NFL 2021 draft (sixth round) by an AFC South rival: the Jacksonville Jaguars. However, at the end of the training season, he was abandoned and was not re-enlisted in the training team. The Texans quickly picked him up, but like Quessenberry, he was never promoted to the list of 53 men. Camp played college football at Georgia Tech, and while his stats there aren’t overwhelming, Houston apparently found something he liked. A similar situation occurred with Davion Davis, another little-known potential receiver from Sam Houston. Last year, he got an active place on the roster, and even though he didn’t have much influence, he showed enough versatility for the team to keep him. Under the new head coach and offensive coordinator in 2022, there is no reason why Camp could not make a name for himself. He has to do a lot, but he has almost nothing to lose.

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