Texans To Re-Sign WR Noah Brown

Noah Brown is sticking in Houston. The Texans have re-signed the free agent wide receiver, according to Dianna Russini of The Athletic.

After spending the first six seasons of his career in Dallas, Brown joined the Texans on a one-year deal last offseason. The wideout ended up having one of the most productive seasons of his career, finishing with 33 catches for a career-high 567 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

Brown may be penciled in as the WR4 behind Nico Collins, Tank Dell, and Robert Woods heading into 2024. However, he should see still plenty of snaps in the high-flying Texans offense, and injuries could force him into a larger role (just as they did in 2023).

Brown certainly wasn’t one of the top names on the free agent WR list, limiting his options. However, the Texans clearly valued his familiarity with the offense and his willingness to potentially play a less role, leading to a second contract with the organization.

Now, the Texans can shift focus to their running backs room. We’ve seen the organization connected to a number of RBs, including Tony Pollard, D’Andre Swift, and Saquon Barkley. That trio is now off the board, and the team also saw their most productive 2023 rusher, Devin Singletary, join the Giants. While the team’s WR corps appears set, the team clearly has some work to do elsewhere on offense.

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