Tavierre Thomas is back with the Texans. Houston has re-signed the defensive back, according to Mark Berman of Fox 26 in Houston (via Twitter).
Thomas got a one-year deal worth $3MM, per Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com (via Twitter). The deal includes a fully guaranteed $1.5MM base salary, a $500K signing bonus, a $250K per-game roster bonus, and $750K in playing time incentives.
The defensive back spent three years with the Browns before joining the Texans in 2021. He’s turned into a spot starter for the Texans, starting 14 of his 27 appearances. This past season, he started six of his 10 appearances, collecting 41 tackles and a pair of forced fumbles.
“Glad to be back, man,” Thomas said in a message to Wilson. “Let’s make it a great one!”
In 2023, Thomas will likely continue serving as a nickel back and contributing on special teams.