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The Texans signed receiver Alex Bachman, running back Gerrid Doaks, defensive back D’Angelo Ross, receiver Johnny Johnson, former Baylor receiver Drew Estrada, and defensive lineman Adedayo Odeleye.

Houston also signed tight end Mason Schreck to a reserve/future contract. Schreck, 29, played in three games for Houston in 2022, starting in one of them, and caught two passes for six yards.
Texans released C Justin Britt.
Britt essentially was AWOL from the team after Week 1 and reportedly was working through "personal issues" at the time. Signed to a two-year deal last offseason, it's possible that his NFL career is over. The move frees up about $3 million in cap space.
Texans signed RG Shaq Mason to a three-year, $36 million contract extension.
The deal also includes $22 million in guaranteed money. Houston acquired Mason from the Bucs in March for a Day Three pick swap. Tampa Bay needed cap space and Mason had played under Texans GM Nick Caserio while the two were in New England, so the deal made sense for both sides. Mason started all 17 games for the Bucs in 2022. Soon to be 30 years old, Mason's Pro Football Focus grades took a hit last year, but he was an elite starter as recently as 2021. He will help keep rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud upright in 2023.
Texans signed No. 69 overall pick Nathaniel Dell to a four-year contract.
Dell enters 2023 with little guaranteed in Houston, but plenty of possibility on a depth chart where no one has really stepped forward as a big target. The C.J. Stroud "asking the team to draft Dell" narrative probably helps Dell's case, but the Texans could work him in behind the scenes as Robert Woods, Nico Collins, Noah Brown, and John Metchie III all have a chance to post real playing time this year as well. Dell's a speculative WR4-5 in deeper leagues for now, but there is real upside.
Texans WR Nathaniel "Tank" Dell said C.J. Stroud asked the team to take him in the 2023 draft.
The Texans drafted Dell out of Houston with the 69th pick in the draft, a day after the Texans made Stroud the second pick, behind only Bryce Young. Dell said he and Stroud gelled at the NFL Combine in February, with Stroud complimenting Dell's route running ability. "Tell them to come get me," Dell told Stroud after the QB was drafted. The undersized Dell, who had 29 receiving scores in his final two collegiate seasons, is expected to be the Texans slot receiver this season. Over the last two seasons, Dell ranked fifth in the FBS in yards after the catch (1,148) and led all receivers in explosive receptions (68). Without much target competition, Dell could be a sneaky PPR selection in redraft formats.