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The Houston Texans Bring Back Tevin Jones to the Practice Squad

Rookie wide receiver Tevin Jones returns to the Houston Texans.

The Houston Texans signed rookie wide receiver Tevin Jones back to the team, but this time to the practice squad. Jones was with the Texans during the off-season and training camp, putting together a solid body of work for the Texans. Jones arrives back to the team after being cut prior to the start of the season and filling a pratice squad spot which was vacated after a couple of promotions heading into this week’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. 

One of the play makers at Memphis, Jones was a go to option for Paxton Lynch. Jones also played some high-end special teams for the Tigers, making him a dual threat with versatility for the roster. In four seasons at Memphis, Jones caught 90 passes for 1,215 yards and 9 touchdowns. 

Jones will help fill out the practice squad leading into the final portion of the season. 

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