Report: Texans worked out former Steelers DT Carlos Davis
Although the Houston Texans have made moves to shore up their defensive tackle depth with Taylor Stallworth going on the reserve/injured list and the club signing former New England Patriots defensive tackle Byron Cowart, the team is conducting its due diligence.
According to Aaron Wilson from KPRC-TV, the Texans worked out former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Carlos Davis.
Pittsburgh originally drafted Davis in 2020 as a seventh-round choice. The former Nebraska product collected 12 combined tackles, three tackles for loss, a quarterback hit, and 1.0 sack through 12 games.
The 6-2, 320-pound defensive lineman also had a workout with the Jacksonville Jaguars during their rookie minicamp last week.
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