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Texans Bring Back Logan Brock

The Houston Texans brought back to the practice squad tight end Logan Brock to fill a void that was left by rookie tight end Phillip Supernaw, who was injured in practice this week (stress fracture in right foot). Supernaw beat out Logan for an invite back to the practice squad after cuts were made after the final preseason game.

Brock is 6-3 and 248 lbs. and was signed before camp out of TCU where he was used primarily as a blocking option. He showed some good work in camp and the preseason games and it was a toss-up between him and Supernaw for a practice squad spot. Brock is built a little more for inline blocking and showed he can catch the football when needed in the preseason. This is nothing more than filling a need on the practice squad at this point in the season.

The Texans also tried out the following Tight Ends this week:

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