Although Deshaun Watson remains in the final 53-man roster, he is not expected to be activated for a single Houston game this season as he fights his legal battles.
HOUSTON – Tyrod taylor was officially named the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans and will make his debut for the franchise on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
“Tyrod taylor will start for us quarterback, for sure, “said the head coach. David culley this Monday.
The announcement did not come as a surprise, but Culley He had declined to make it official until this Monday morning.
The quarterback Deshaun watson is part of the final roster of 53 men of the Texans, but is expected to be deactivated, healthy, for game days of Houston. Watson, who asked to be traded for the team last January, faces 22 civil lawsuits for alleged sexual assault and misconduct.
The quarterback is not expected to play for Houston in 2021 despite the fact that he has not been restricted from participating in activities with the team, nor from playing in games of the NFL.
The noob Davis mills, a third-round recruit, will serve as the alternate for Taylor. Houston also has the quarterback Jeff Driskel, who spent the offseason with the Texans, is in the practice squad.
TaylorThe 32-year-old signed a one-season contract with the Texans in March after spending two years with Los Angeles Chargers. Taylor started last regular season for The Angels, but was sidelined the following week when a doctor on the team of the Chargers accidentally punctured one of his lungs while trying to give him a pain injection just before kickoff.
The 10-year-old veteran has made 47 career starts, throwing for 9,770 yards with 54 touchdowns and 20 interceptions, as well as rushing for 1,850 yards and 16 touchdowns in 72 total games.