Texans place Will Fuller, Bradley Roby on suspended list

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The Texans made it official: They will not have receiver Will Fuller and cornerback Bradley Roby the rest of the season. The team placed both on the reserve/suspended list Tuesday.

Fuller and Roby announced in separate social media posts Monday that they each will serve a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. Neither player will appeal.

Fuller becomes a free agent in the offseason. Roby signed a three-year, $36 million contract this offseason.

In other transactions, the Texans activated nose tackle Andrew Brown to the active roster after he passed his physical and all COVID-19 protocols. Houston signed Brown off the Bengals’ practice squad last week.

They protected practice squad receivers Chad Hansen, Steven Mitchell and Damion Ratley and defensive lineman Corey Liuget for this week.

1 responses to “Texans place Will Fuller, Bradley Roby on suspended list

  1. See, the Texans never needed DeAndre Hopkins after all. Not when they have Will “Jet-Pack” Fuller.

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