WR Noah Brown picked the Texans for 'new, fresh opportunity'

Noah Brown won’t even have to change his driver’s license as he continues his career in a new NFL city.

The former Dallas Cowboys 2017 seventh-round receiver played 66 career games for his original draft team over the span of six seasons.

However, Brown signed with the Houston Texans in free agency to continue developing his career.

“Some of the things that went into being here — it was just a new, fresh opportunity,”

Brown told reporters after mandatory minicamp June 13. “I was in Dallas for six years. I feel like I built a solid foundation of what I can do in this league there.”

Brown showcased as a special teamer with 640 special teams snaps for the first five seasons in Dallas.

Once receiver Cedrick Wilson departed in free agency 2022,

Brown was able to ascend into the third wideout role where he caught 43 passes for 555 yards and three touchdowns last season — all career highs.

The former Ohio State product sees a similar prospect to continue that streak on offense with the Texans.

Said Brown: “I feel like this is an opportunity to expand upon on that, a team I feel like I can help out.

We got a great young quarterback in C.J. [Stroud], another quarterback in Davis [Mills]. I’m looking forward to working with both of them.”

The Texans also signed Robert Woods in free agency along with drafting third-rounder Tank Dell.

The Texans also signed Robert Woods in free agency along with drafting third-rounder Tank Dell.

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