Texans sign Shaquill Griffin

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The Texans have added veteran cornerback Shaquill Griffin.

Griffin agreed to a one-year deal with Houston today, according to multiple reports.

A 2017 third-round pick of the Seahawks, Griffin played well in Seattle and signed a three-year, $44.5 million contract with the Jaguars in 2021. But he never lived up to expectations in Jacksonville and missed 12 games last season. The Jaguars cut Griffin in March.

Griffin is still just 27 years old, and if he can get healthy and stay healthy he could be a solid addition to the defense in Houston.

4 responses to “Texans sign Shaquill Griffin

  1. Because of his brother and the difficulties they probably had as a family and the hard times and both still made it to the NFL, I hope Shaq’s body gives him a chance because he was really good. Still young.

  2. Not saying the Texans are gonna make a lot of noise next year but they’re quietly putting together a competent roster and their schedule/division is extremely soft. Could be a bit frisky, especially if Stroud lives up to their draft expectations.

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