The Houston Texans Meet with Colorado Buffalo's Tedric Thompson at the NFL Combine. The Texans used one of their formal interviews to continue to meet with safeties, marking the third known prosecutors from that position group they have met with.
Thompson finished his career with 13 interceptions ranking him 5th on Colorado’s all time list and the most over the last 23 seasons. Also, he posted 34 pass deflections, 246 total tackles and played at the East West Shrine Game.
In 2016, Thompson played in all 13 games at strong safety putting up 63 total tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions with 5 pass break ups. The Colorado safety was one of the most productive secondary players for the defensive over the past three seasons.
Thompson is considered a day three prospect by CBS Sports.com
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