Jaylen Watkins reportedly agrees to 2-year deal with Texans
The Houston Texans have reportedly signed defensive back Jaylen Watkins to a two-year contract.
Watkins' addition is another attempt to fix a leaky Houston secondary that allowed 29.4 FanDuel points to wide receivers per game last season. Expect Watkins to play mostly in nickel and dime packages after logging 69% of his career snaps on pass downs (566 of 817 total snaps).
On 47 career targets, Watkins has allowed 28 completions for 332 yards and 2 touchdowns.
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