The Houston Texans continue to scour the available players and are looking for depth at linebacker. The Texans worked out outside linebacker Dezman Moses on Tuesday to possibly help on the depth chart.
Moses played his college football at Tulane and went undrafted during the 2012 NFL Draft only to be signed by the Green Bay Packers. Moses made the 53-man roster as a rookie free agent and appeared in all 16 games with the Packers making 6 starts. During his rookie season he had 27 total tackles with 4 sacks.
Spending only one season with the Packers, Moses ended up with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 and appeared in 29 games in three seasons. Moses missed the 2014 season with an elbow injury but came back to the Chiefs for the past two seasons.
Used primarily on special teams with the Chiefs, Moses looks like he could be a possible fit at linebacker and on teams. With the injuries to Brian Peters (quad) and Brennan Scarlett being placed on the injured reserve, help is needed.