Breaking down Texans tight end Brevin Jordan’s rookie contract

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The Houston Texans signed their fifth-round tight end Brevin Jordan to a rookie contract, and details from the contract have emerged.

According to Aaron Wilson of SportsTalk 790, the Texans signed Jordan to a four-year deal with a maximum value of $4.114 million. The contract has a $3.832 million base value with a $352,184 signing bonus.

General manager Nick Caserio liked the experience Jordan gained at Miami, playing 26 games and catching 105 passes for 1,358 yards and 13 touchdowns.

“Played since his freshman year at Miami,” Caserio told reporters on May 1 after the conclusion of the 2021 NFL draft. “He started a number of games, productive player in the passing game. Decent with the ball in his hands, runs hard, has some straight-line speed. Again, had pretty good production as a pass catcher.”

The Texans now have Jordan signed to the roster, and he will be part of a competitive tight end group that includes Jordan Akins, Kahale Warring, Ryan Izzo, and Pharaoh Brown.