Breaking: Houston Texans Confirm 3 free Agents They Are Now Willing To Sign In June

3 Players the Texans Hope Get Cut After June 1st

As the Houston Texans prepare for the 2024 season, they are eyeing potential roster cuts from other teams that could fill their remaining needs. With teams finalizing their rosters and aiming to free up salary cap space, some players will be released post-June 1st. Here are three players the Texans are hoping to sign if they become available.

Markquese Bell, Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys

Markquese Bell may not be a household name, but he’s a valuable defensive asset. In his second year with the Cowboys, he started eight games, recording 94 tackles, two forced fumbles, and three tackles for loss. Bell’s versatility, having played both linebacker and safety, aligns with the Texans’ needs. Although they have a greater need at linebacker, Bell’s coverage skills and experience in various roles make him a potential fit. At 6’3” and 205 lbs, he could provide depth and flexibility, enhancing the Texans’ defense significantly if he becomes available.

Kenny Clark, Defensive Tackle, Green Bay Packers

While not a certainty, Kenny Clark could be a surprising addition if released. The defensive tackle market is competitive, and the Packers might need to make tough financial decisions soon. Clark has been a productive player with 34 sacks since 2016, but with the Packers’ financial commitments to other key players, his future is uncertain. For the Texans, Clark would be an exception to the non-starter rule, filling a critical need for a dominant interior rusher. A one-year deal could benefit both Clark, giving him another opportunity to hit the market, and the Texans, bolstering their defensive line.

Marshon Lattimore, Cornerback, New Orleans Saints

Marshon Lattimore, a talented cornerback, has restructured his contract multiple times to stay with the Saints, but his future there is uncertain due to recent injuries and the team’s cap situation. The Texans, who have strengthened their secondary this offseason, would benefit from Lattimore’s experience and veteran presence. His addition wouldn’t disrupt the development of young players like Kamari Lassiter and Derek Stingley Jr. Lattimore might also seek a contender as he nears the end of his career, making the Texans an attractive option for both parties.

These players, if released, could address key areas for the Texans, providing the depth and experience needed to make a strong playoff push.

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