The Houston Texans are getting their roster ready for training camp to start on Friday. Their latest move saw the team release FB Brad Smelley and defensive lineman Tim Jackson on Tuesday.
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The Houston Texans have until 5:00pm CT today to get their official roster for the regular season set. From 75 players down to 53 the Texans will be making cuts all day.
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Gary Kubiak and general manager Rick Smith have yet to reveal who they’re keeping on the 53-man roster, but receiver Dorin Dickerson has already hinted that’s he’s not one of the 53.
The Texans are waiving cornerback Antwaun Molden, safety Antonio Baker, punter Brett Hartmann, safety Maurice Rolle, cornerback Jason Teague, linebacker Matt Marcorelle, guard Darius Morris and receiver Paul Williams.