One of the constants for the Houston Texans since he arrived in 2010, Jonathan Weeks provides a consistency that many do not notice: quality snaps. Good long snappers are hard to find and Weeks was rewarded last season with his first trip to the NFL Pro Bowl. To make matters better for the future, the Texans signed Weeks to an extension prior to the start of last season, locking him up until 2019 with a four-year deal.
On the 53-man roster, snapping as usual.
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