March 24, 2018

Texans Workout Five

The Houston Texans have worked out five players according to Aaron Wilson this week and this could give some insight to what the team is in need of.


Players Worked Out

Brandon Hughes – Cornerback – 5-11, 185 lbs.

Drafted in 2009 in the 5th round by the San Diego Charger out of Oregon State. He has spent time with the San Diego Chargers, New York Giants and with the Philadelphia Eagles. He made his NFL debut with the Eagles in 2010 and spent four seasons with them totaling 32 total tackles with two pass deflections.


Nick Moore – Wide Receiver – 6-2, 195 lbs.

An undrafted free agent out of Toledo, Moore spent time on the Minnesota Vikings (2009), New England Patriots (2009) and St. Louis Rams (2010) practice sqauds before landing in the Canadian Football League. In three seasons with the BC Lions he had 110 receptions for 1,554 yards and 9 touchdowns. Considered a top free agent in the CFL he has recently signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.


Vic So’oto – Outside Linebacker- 6-3, 263 lbs. (pictured above)

A free agent out of BYU, So’oto entered the NFL in 2011 and appeared in 7 games for the Green Bay Packers his rookie season. Since then he has bounced around with six different teams in two seasons in the NFL. He has appeared in 13 NFL games with the Oakland Raiders, Green Bay Packers and Arizona Cardinals. He had 8 total tackles and 1 sack in that stretch.


Jeremy Vujnovich- Offensive Tackle- 6-5 300 lbs.

From Lousiana College the rookie free agent signed on with the Green Bay Packers. He was with the Packers during their rookie mini camp and spent time with them on their practice squad. He was signed to a futures contract after the season on January 7th.


Braden Wilson – Fullback – 6-4 256 lbs.

An undrafted free agent from Kansas State, Wilson spent the entire 2013 season on the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad.



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