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Texans Place OL Jeff Adams On Season-Ending Injured Reserve

The Houston Texans have placed OL Jeff Adams on season-ending injured reserve on Saturday, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

It is bad news for the team as Adams began the season as the starting left guard, and rotated to right tackle last week when LT Duane Brown went down with a broken thumb–so he clearly earned a valuable role in the Texans’ offense.

Adams, 26, was originally picked up by the Cowboys in 2012 as an undrafted free agent and has bounced around to the Bengals, Dolphins and Titans before landing in Houston. In fact, his action this season has been the only time Adams has appeared in a regular season game during his four-year career.

Adams is currently in the final year of a two-year, $935,000 contract.

So far this season, Adams has accounted for 119 total snaps and ranks as the No. 23 overall guard out of 67 possible qualifiers, according to Pro Football Focus.

Houston should be expected to make an addition to their active roster in the near future. We will provide information regarding the Texans’ roster as the news becomes available.