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WR – No. 16 – TRINDON HOLLIDAY (5-5, 169) 2nd season
Is the first player in franchise history to return a punt and kickoff for a touchdown in the preseason…drafted by the Texans in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft out of LSU…made his NFL debut at Tennessee on Oct. 23, 2011 on special teams returning kicks/punts

WR – No. 19 – JUAQUIN IGLESIAS (6-0, 209) 2nd season
Spent five weeks on the Texans’ practice squad in 2011…four-year letter-winner at Oklahoma and played in 54 career games…made his NFL debut with the Chicago Bears on Jan. 3, 2010 against Detroit…from Killeen, Texas…drafted in the third round with the 99th overall pick by the Chicago Bears in 2009

WR – No. 87 – JERRELL JACKSON (6-0, 192) Rookie
Undrafted out of Missouri…from Houston, Texas, where he attended Davis H.S…. caught 113 passes for 1,434 passes and six touchdowns in four seasons…at Mizzou…made a career-high 9 receptions for 139 yards to help the Tigers upset #1 Oklahoma in 2010
WR – No. 18 – LESTAR JEAN (6-3, 212) 2nd season
Spent all of 2011 on injured reserve with a shoulder injury suffered on Aug. 30, 2011…leads the Texans with 6 receptions for 96 yards in the 2012 preseason… undrafted in 2011 out of Florida Atlantic, where he originally walked on to the football team
WR – No. 80 – ANDRE JOHNSON (6-3, 230) 10th season
NFL record 60-plus receptions in each of his first eight seasons…34th all-time in receptions (706) and 39th in receiving yards (9,656)…33 catches for 492 yards and 2 TDs in 2011…missed 9 games with hamstring injuries…led Texans with 13 receptions for 201 yards and a TD in the 2011 playoffs…longest-tenured Texan

WR – No. 15 – JEFF MAEHL (6-0, 185) 1st season
Signed by the Texans off the practice squad on Dec. 13, 2011…played primarily on special teams over the last three weeks of the 2011 season…honorable mention All-America at Oregon as a senior in 2010…tied a school record with 77 receptions in 2010 and 178 career receptions

WR – No. 82 – KESHAWN MARTIN (5-11, 190) Rookie
Has pushed himself into the lead candidate for the third WR spot…drafted by the Texans in the fourth round out of Michigan State… accounted for touchdowns in five different ways in his collegiate career (rushing, receiving, passing, punt return and kick return)…one of three Spartans in school history to return two punts for touchdowns

WR – No. 11 – DeVIER POSEY (6-1, 206) Rookie
Drafted by the Texans in the third round out of Ohio State…started 29-of-41 games…ranks seventh in school history with 136 receptions and 18TDs

WR – No. 83 – KEVIN WALTER (6-3, 218) 10th season
39 catches for 474 yards and 3 TDs in 2011…caught a game-winning 6-yard touchdown pass from T.J. Yates in the playoff-clinching win at Cincinnati…ranks third all-time in Texans history with 285 receptions for 3,565 yards

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