The Houston Texans have signed free agent defensive back Steven Terrell to the practice squad to fill the void left by running back Ray Graham, who was promoted to the active roster. Terrell was with the Jacksonville Jaguars during training camp and was released by them on the final cut down before the season started. At 5-10 and 193 lbs., Terrell was working at safety for the Jaguars on their practice squad.
Terrell attended Texas A&M University where he was a team captain and, as a senior in College Station, he registered 61 tackles with 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 7 pass deflections. The Allen, Texas native returns to his home state to join fellow Aggies: Shane Lechler, Ez Nwachukwu and Randy Bullock on the Texans.
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