The Houston Texans added a pair of veterans, including one who had been with the club last season, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans re-signed Bryant Johnson, who caught six passes for Houston in 2011, to give the team some depth behind starters Andre Johnson and Kevin Walter.
The Texans also signed veteran linebacker Keyaron Fox as well. To make room on the roster, the Texans released fullback Jason Ford and cornerback Desmond Marrow.
Players report today, and the Texans hold their first training camp practice on Saturday.
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