HOUSTON — The Houston Texans continue to bargain shop this first week free agency after adding another defensive back to their secondary.

NFL.com insider Ian Rapoport reported the Texans signed former Cleveland Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun to a one-year deal on Friday.

Boddy-Calhoun started 22 games the past three seasons. In that time, he had three interceptions and a touchdown, which all came in his rookie season.

The cornerback started out with Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent, but did not make the final cuts at the end of camp. He was then claimed off of waivers by Cleveland.

Earlier this week, the Texans added former Denver Broncos corner Bradley Roby on a one-year deal and former Jacksonville free safety Tashaun Gipson. 

Those moves came after former Texans safeties Kareem Jackson and Tyrann Mathieu each signed free agent deals with Denver and Kansas City, respectively.

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