Boston College's A.J. Dillon Meets With the Texans at the NFL Combine

Patrick D. Starr

According to Mark Lane, the Texans Wire, the Houston Texans have met with Boston College running back A.J. Dillon at the NFL Combine. The Texans met with Dillon in an informal setting but with the Texans only allowed to meet with forty-five prospects for interviews. Contract with prospects during the combine is at a premium for the week during the Combine. 

Dillon was able to put together three straight 1,000 yard rushing seasons for the Eagles capping off his career with his best season in 2019.

Starting all 12 games, Dillon rushed for 1,685 yards and 14 rushing touchdowns while averaging 5.3 yards a rush and 140.4 yards a game. He also caught 13 passes for 195 yards and a touchdown this past season.

Dillon for his career rushed for 4,382 yards and 38 total rushing touchdowns. He also had three straight double-digit rushing touchdown seasons and averaged 125.2 yards per game for his career. 

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Comments (2)
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This guy should be there at 57, he ran a 4.53 and weighs in at same weight as Derrick Henry , If you need a Power Back this guy is your answer ! Chiefs or another team will take Jonathan Taylor in the first, so he will not be available , like Ahmed from Washington or Kelly from UCLA also.


Just saw this guy at combine , wearing a tank top shirt Dude look's like he is in extremely good shape ! He could Run over CB's and spit out Linebackers !