Texans safety Justin Reid will reportedly spend part of the offseason recovering from surgery after he spent part of the season playing through a shoulder injury.
Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports that Reid will have surgery to repair a torn labrum. It’s not clear what his outlook is for offseason work, but Reid should be ready to go ahead of the 2020 season.
Reid missed one game with a concussion this season, but started all 15 regular season games and both of their postseason outings. He had 78 tackles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery during his second season in the Houston secondary.