The Houston Texans have made a move to bolster their roster with the acquisition of a player from the Cleveland Browns. With a record of 7-3 (.544), the Browns are gearing up to face the Broncos in Week 12.
As for the Texans, they have identified several key areas of need, including cornerback, defensive tackle, edge rusher, tight end, and offensive tackle. One potential target for the team is veteran tight end Dalton Schultz, who has been a reliable option for quarterback C.J. Stroud during his impressive debut season.
While the Texans may aim to secure Schultz on a long-term deal, adding depth at the tight end position through the draft remains a priority for the team.
In addition to addressing their own needs, the Texans will no doubt be keeping an eye on the Browns’ situation as well. As the season progresses, both teams will be looking to make strategic moves to improve their rosters and position themselves for success. Stay tuned for further analysis of the Browns’ needs as the season unfolds.