• UH ex Routt trying out at corner

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2012
    Routt signed with Kansas City in the offseason. I’m not worried about even next month,” Routt said when asked if he thinks the relationship could go beyond this season. According to John Brannen of the Houston Chronicle, among those working out will be former Chiefs cornerback Stanford Routt, who played at the University of Houston. With Brice McCain going on injured reserve, a roster spot will be available if the Texans choose to sign a veteran corner to replace him. After losing Brice McCain with a fractured foot and seeing Johnathan Joseph and Alan Ball miss Sunday’s 24-10 victory at Tennessee, the Texans were in the market for another cornerback before they play Monday night at New England.
    Source: chron.com
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