By Kevin Patra
Spherical the NFL Creator
March 15, 2019 at 08:57 a.m.
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March 15, 2019 at 10:44 a.m.
T.Y. Hilton has “clowned” the Houston Texans for years. The Indianapolis Colts’ receiver generated 399 yards and 18 receptions in three games versus the Texans closing twelve months. Traditionally Hilton has owned Houston.
Enter: Bradley Roby.
The Texans signed the ex-Denver Broncos corner to back enhance a secondary that misplaced several avid gamers. While the likes of Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson (who signed in Denver) enjoy been no match for avid gamers with Hilton’s velocity, Roby believes he can fight any receiver.
“I mediate I’m in a position to guard any person,” Roby acknowledged Thursday all the plot through a conference name, throughout the Houston Narrative. “It would not truly topic size or velocity, I’m in a position to duvet any person. I mediate that is another cause why Houston wished me here is to provide protection to guys love T.Y. and Tyreek Hill. I’m historic to it and I expect the topic, positively.”
Frankly, Roby better truly feel as if he can guard any person, in any other case stepping on the football topic is a fool’s errand for a cornerback.
Roby has had an up-and-down profession since being chosen in the main spherical of the 2014 NFL Draft. The 26-twelve months-extinct in particular struggled closing season but owns the raw abilities defensive coordinators admire.
The Texans are making a guess the corner will jump back in a brand new plan and back acknowledge the unsolvable riddle that has been covering T.Y. Hilton.