Texans sign former Titans, Browns receiver Taywan Taylor

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The Houston Texans have added to their extensive receiving corps.

The club announced on Thursday they have signed former Tennessee Titans 2017 third-round pick Taywan Taylor.

After spending 2017-18 with the Titans, catching 53 passes for 697 yards and two touchdowns through 29 games, nine of which he started, Taylor was traded to the Cleveland Browns at the end of the 2019 preseason.

Taylor played six games for the Browns from 2019-20 and was targeted just twice in the passing game. Taylor played 51 snaps on offense compared to 23 on special teams in the same span. Taylor’s 2020 campaign was ended in early December with a neck injury as he was placed on injured reservre.

The Texans have Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb, rookie Nico Collins, Isaiah Coulter, Keke Coutee, Andre Roberts, and Alex Erickson on the roster.