Former Ohio State receiver signs in NFL free agency
NFL free agency has kicked off and one of the most exciting times of the year has some former Ohio State football players padding their bank accounts. One of the beautiful things about being a Buckeye football fan is we follow alumni and former players with the same passion and fandom we showed during their times in Columbus.
The most recent Buckeye to cash in this offseason is Noah Brown, who signed with the Houston Texans on a one-year deal worth $2.6 million.
Brown had a very productive college career. He saw significant time early in his career, but declared for the NFL early in one of the more surprising decisions of that offseason. After one year as a starter, Brown declared for the 2017 NFL draft as a red-shirt sophomore and was selected in the seventh round by the Dallas Cowboys.
Much like his college career, Brown did just enough in Dallas to stay relevant but never became a regular starter. Brown has had a solid career though and now joins the Houston Texans.
Update: #Texans are signing former #Cowboys WR Noah Brown, per @JFowlerESPN pic.twitter.com/RF3a8ZBJ5d
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 14, 2023
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