Report: Texans re-sign CB Tavierre Thomas to 1-year contract

The Houston Texans are giving Tavierre Thomas another shot — for the third straight year.

According to Aaron Wilson from KPRC-TV, the Texans have re-signed the 5-10, 205-pound cornerback to a one-year contract.

If Thomas completes the 2023 season with the Texans, he will have spent just as many years with Houston as he did with the Cleveland Browns, where he caught on as an undrafted free agent in 2018 from Ferris State.

Thomas provided the Texans with depth at cornerback last year, contributing with 41 combined tackles, a tackle for loss, two forced fumbles, and a pass breakup through 10 games, six of which he started.

The 27-year-old was the Texans’ Ed Block Courage Award winner last season. Thomas told reporters on Dec. 20 that he is also trying to get into real estate in addition to his pro football career.

“I’m trying to get into a lot of real estate because I’ve never even thought about anything else outside of football,” said Thomas. “I’m trying AirBnBs [rental properties] and that sort of stuff, so, I’m going pretty good now.”

No need for Thomas’ plan B as his football career continues at least for another season with the Texans.

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Story originally appeared on Texans Wire