Entering his second season with the Texans, Keith Mumphery was the wide receiver who was asked to do everything on the field; he played inside and outside wide receiver, returned kicks and punts, and participated on special teams. It was a full load for the rookie and he was adequate during his first season in the NFL.
Many feel Mumphery is on the way out but the coaching staff thinks highly of him and will continue to groom him moving forward. Mumphery needs to become a better pass catcher and more consistent as a NFL player but he has an advantage over his counterparts because he can do little bit of everything in all phases of the game.
Fighting for a 53-man roster spot but due to his versatility he could have a slight edge.
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