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The Houston Texans are constantly evaluating their roster as they recover from the 40-0 shutout loss against the Buffalo Bills in Week 4.
According to Aaron Wilson of Sports Talk 790, the Texans are releasing receiver Anthony Miller.
The Texans traded 2022 fifth-round pick for Miller along with a 2022 seventh-round pick from the Chicago Bears’ coffers.
Through two games with Houston, including one start, the former 2018 second-round pick from Memphis caught five passes for 23 yards and a touchdown. To date, Miller is the only Texans player to have caught a touchdown pass from rookie quarterback Davis Mills throughout his first two starts.
After the Texans’ 24-9 loss to the Carolina Panthers in Week 3 on Thursday Night Football, Miller was optimistic about the direction of the team.
On Tuesday, Miller tweeted, “The cream always rises.”
The cream always rises
— Anthony Miller (@AnthonyMiller_3) October 6, 2021
For Miller, it will have to rise in another NFL city as the Texans work their way through a 1-3 record and attempt to come off the worst loss in franchise history.