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Quenton Bundrage To Sign With the Houston Texans

The Houston Texans sign rookie wide receiver Quenton Bundrage.

The Houston Texans are staying busy heading into the start of their training camp this weekend by signing rookie wide receiver Quenton Bundrage. Signed as a rookie free agent by the New York Jets after the draft, he was released by the Jets after rookie mini-camp. 

Bundrage measures in at 6-2 and 202 lbs. and ran a 4.46 forty-yard dash at his pro day. While at Iowa State, Bundrage in 2015 had 41 receptions for 578 yards and 4 touchdowns, while averaging 13.4 yard per reception. His breakout season happened in 2013 when he had 48 receptions for 676 yards and nine touchdowns.

 In 2014, Bundrage missed the season with a torn ACL which allowed him to garner an injury red-shirt from the NCAA. 

With a influx of young slot wide receivers, the Texans have opted to add an option that can play outside with his size and speed. Where he fits into the mix will be sorted out but it gives the team another young option on the field. 

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