The Houston Texans have signed six players for a futures contract for the upcoming 2014 season. They have signed five practice squad players Uzoma Nwachukwu, Rico Richardson, Andy Cruse, Steven Terrell and Loyce Means, and one free agent Mike Thomas.
This will have all six added to the team and part of the upcoming 2014 roster for the new look Texans.
The Practice Squad Returning on Futures Contracts
Ez Nwachukwu (5-11, 198 lbs.) is a rookie wide receiver out of Texas A&M who was with the team during training camp.
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Andy Cruse (6-0, 216 lbs.) is a rookie wide receiver out of Miami (Ohio) who was with the team during training camp.
Rico Richardson (6-1, 188 lbs.) is a wide receiver out of Jackson State. He was undrafted and spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs during training camp.
Steven Terrell (5-10, 197 lbs.) is a defensive back out of Texas A&M and spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars during training camp.
Loyce Means (5-10, 188 lbs.) is a first year defensive back out of the University of Houston and spent time with the Green Bay Packers.