The Houston Texans have helped their offensive line group out by signing free agent offensive tackle Jah Reid to a deal on Saturday. Reid was one of eight players to work out for the Texans on Friday and Reid was the only offensive lineman of the group which ultimately ended up in the Texans signing the veteran offensive tackle.
Reid was drafted in the 3rd round out of Central Florida by the Baltimore Ravens where he won a Super Bowl with the organization. Reid has appeared in 61 games with 18 starts since he arrived in the NFL. 2015 saw Reid started 10 games for the Chiefs at right tackle.
After the Chiefs traded for Cam Erving from the Cleveland Browns, they released Reid to open up a roster spot to replace him. With the Texans struggling to find an answer at both offensive tackle positions, Reid arrives with a chance to help an group that needs all the help they can get.
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