Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak mentioned that there’s a “strong possibility” that they’ll end up signing a veteran wide receiver to round out their receiving core.
“I think I’d like to sign a fourth guy,” said head coach Kubiak, via CBS Sports. “With Matt being out, with the 90-man player roster, I think there’s room for that guy.”
This comes shortly after they chose to cut Jacoby Jones lose, while drafting two young receivers in DeVier Posey and Keshawn Martin. Andre Johnson and Kevin Walter figure to see plenty of work next season, but the market for receivers is pretty slim at this point in time. There’s been some recent talk that Braylon Edwards could have some interest from others team’s, so he could be an option. Plaxico Burress is also available, but doesn’t seem like the best fit for them.