The Houston Texans have agreed to terms with third-round WR Braxton Miller, according to John McClain.
This leaves first-round WR Will Fuller as the last remaining Texans’ draft pick to sign their rookie deal.
Miller, 23, was taken with the No. 85 overall pick by the Texans. Houston clearly made a point to add speed at receiver in this year’s draft taking both Miller and Fuller, which should given them an interesting tandem of receivers to go along with DeAndre Hopkins in the coming years.
It will be interesting to see how Miller evolves as a receiver in the NFL, considering that he played quarterback for most of his college career before switching it up in 2015.
According to OverTheCap.com, Miller receives a four-year contract worth $3,049,104 to go along with a signing bonus of $709,104.
During his five-year college career at Ohio St., Miller played quarterback for four of those seasons recording 396 completions on 667 attempts, 5,295 yards, 52 TDs, and 17 INTs. Miller’s senior season he moved to wide receiver accumulating 25 receptions for 340 yards and three TDs. Miller also recorded 600 rushing attempts for 3,315 yards and 33 TDs.