Texans’ WR Demaryius Thomas Expected To Be Cut Today

Texans’ WR Demaryius Thomas Expected To Be Cut Today

The Houston Texans are expected to release veteran wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, according to a report from NFL Network's James Palmer.

The nine-season National Football League veteran was sent to the Texans before the trade deadline in October from the Denver Broncos, who received a fourth-round 2019 draft pick from Houston in return.

Thomas said he was "not thinking about retirement" in January while rehabbing but acknowledged his future in Houston was dim.

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At the time, the Texans were banged up at the receiver position and hoped Thomas would bring stability opposite all-world pigskin-plucker DeAndre Hopkins.

Thomas is now rehabbing from a torn Achilles suffered in Week 16. The 31-year-old Thomas was relatively quiet in seven games, compiling 23 catches for 275 yards and two touchdowns in seven games.

"My main priority right now is getting back healthy". By trading Thomas, Denver saved up to $18 million in salary cap space. I can still play, man. I just don't know where.I told them I'd love to be here.

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