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Northwestern State's Adam Jones to Workout for the Houston Texans

The Houston Texans are set to workout Northwestern State safety Adam Jones.

The Houston Texans are set to workout Northwestern State defensive back Adam Jones according to NFL Draft Diamonds. 

 In 2016, Jones had 62 total tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and 2 pass breakup for the Demons. Jones played linebacker when he arrived to Northwestern State and moved to safety in 2014 where he started 11 games and finished with 76 tackles and team-high five interceptions. In 2015, Jones missed three games due to being academically ineligible causing the NCAA suspension. 

The 6-2 and 201 lbs. safety will take part in the Texans local pro-day on April 8th. Jones attended Seven Lakes High School in Katy, Texas. 

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