HOUSTON — The Texans are shoring up their secondary after losing longtime defensive back Kareem Jackson to free agency.
Houston signed cornerback Bradley Roby on Thursday, the team announced.
The terms of his deal were not immediately disclosed.
Roby, who played for the Denver Broncos the past five seasons, is the second player Houston signed in free agency this offseason. The Texans also picked up former Jaguars safety Tashaun Gipson.
Roby started in 29 games for the Broncos with four postseason games over the five seasons, including a win in Super Bowl 50. He is just one of two cornerbacks to record multiple interceptions returned for touchdowns of more than 50 yards in a single season since 2014.
Roby is a native of Fort Worth and was drafted out of Ohio State with the 31st overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft.
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