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Texans Bring Back Holliday

The Houston Texans brought back second year player Trindon Holliday shortly after he was released and cleared waivers to make room for newly acquired, safety Quintin Demps. Holliday was brought back to the Texans practice squad, but with the Texans resigning him they released practice squad wide receiver Juaquin Iglesias.

Trindon Holliday

This is the second time this season that Holliday has been signed to the practice squad. Holliday was cut after the preseason and spent one game on the active roster where he returned kicks and punts versus the Titans.

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