The Houston Texans signed seventh-round pick CB Andre Hal to a four-year contract, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
- McClain adds that Hal’s contract is worth a total value of $2.28 million.
This marks the third player out of their 10-man draft class to sign their rookie contract since last Saturday.
Hal totaled 133 tackles, 8.5 tackles for a loss, six interceptions and 34 pass defenses for the Vanderbilt defense over the course of four years.
The Texans group of cornerbacks isn’t especially deep, so there is at least a chance he could crack their 53-man roster, but it seems more likely he could end up on their practice squad coming out of the preseason.