LB Tae Davis
The injured Houston Texans linebacker will look to continue his career down in Texas once he’s recovered. He’s officially on the injured reserve at the moment and could be active in a few weeks, but he won’t be on the field Sunday, and depending on league and team rules may not actually return to the stadium he spent a season and a half playing in.
He started his career with the New York Giants, playing in 14 games and starting four, wracking up 33 total tackles, and two sacks. It was a modest rookie season but it was enough to draw the attention of the Browns, who acquired him the next season in 2019 during the season.
David had just played four games with the Giants and ended up laying nine more with the Browns but mostly on special teams where he only had four solo tackles, and two assists. he would then spend all of 2020 with the Browns, playing in 13 games and registering only seven tackles, though all of those were solo tackles.
Davis is still young and considering how blown up this Texans team became during the Bill O’Brien era, it’s very possible that Davis gets big minutes upon his return.