Texans Sign QB Joe Webb, Who Has 35 Yards Passing In The Last 6 Years
The Texans might very well be trolling right now.
With Colin Kaepernick available to be a significant upgrade as a back-up to starter Deshaun Watson, the team decided to first sign Brandon Weeden as a back-up. And they also have QB Taylor Heinicke on the roster, who got hurt in his first start with the Texans this past season.
On Thursday, the team decided to put the league on notice by signing former Buffalo Bills QB Joe Webb.
#Texans have signed QB / WR Joe Webb. Played with Buffalo last season, Carolina & Minnesota before that.
— Adam Wexler (@KPRC2AdamW) April 5, 2018
Webb is primarily used for everything but being a QB, which is why he only has a total of 35 yards passing in the last six years. He appeared in every game for the Bills, playing 39 snaps on offense and 278 on special teams during the 2017 season.