Andre Johnson Patrick Omameh Jersey , the No. 3 overall pick in 2003, caught 1,012 passes for 13,597 and 70 touchdowns in his 12 years with the Texans. DeAndre Hopkins Khairi Fortt Jersey , the 27th overall pick in 2013, already has 413 catches for 5,865 yards and 36 touchdowns in his five seasons.
“I definitely think he’s arguably the best in the game,” Johnson said Justin Bethel Jersey , via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. “He finally has a quarterback that’s pretty steady.”
Johnson, who retired after the 2016 season, played with 10 quarterbacks in his time in Houston. Matt Schaub was the best of them.
Hopkins will get to play with Deshaun Watson, a first-round pick in 2017 who looked the part until tearing his ACL.
“I tell people all the time when he got drafted here that’s the most I’ve been happy about a draft pick that was made here Brooks Reed Jersey ,” Johnson said. “It’s no offense to the guys who’ve been drafted. I was just excited to see them bring in a quarterback like that.”
The Giants claimed six players on Sunday and those additions mean that a handful of players who thought they made the team on Saturday will find out that they’re actually unemployed.
It wasn’t hard to predict that a quarterback would be part of that group after the Giants kept four of them through Saturday’s cuts. The betting favorite to wind up out of a job might have been Alex Tanney, but the team went a different way.
Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports that the Giants are waiving quarterback Davis Webb a year after drafting him in the third round.
Webb did not appear in any games as a rookie, although it seemed to be Ben McAdoo’s intention to get him some work before McAdoo was fired days after benching Eli Manning. Webb was 28-of-53 for 283 yards and a touchdown in the preseason.
2018 fourth-round pick Kyle Lauletta and Tanney remain on the depth chart behind Manning.
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