According to the Houston Chronicle, near-end Antony Auclair has reached an agreement with the Houston Texans under the new contract.
Just like before signing any contract, the technical formalities must be resolved before the team officially announces the transaction. It is believed that Auclair will need to undergo a physical examination like any transaction. Therefore, the fact that he is currently in Quebec may delay the announcement by a few days.
The 27-year-old Auclair played the first four seasons of his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and won the Super Bowl with him in February last year. Recognized as one of the excellent blockers in his position, so far, he has also received 10 passes for 84 yards.
Last year, as a restricted free agent, Auclair extended his connection with the Pirates for another season. This time he played freely, he chose a new environment, and it is speculated that he should get more playing time in attack.
In Tampa, the tight squad is composed of Rob Gnkowski, Robert Howard and Cameron Brett, which makes the road to the field more complicated than elsewhere.
In Houston, Auclair will join forces with Jordan Akins, Kahale Warring, Ryan Izzo, Pharaoh Brown and Paul Kui Players such as Paul Quessenberry are on par.
Currently, O’Clair, his agent Sasha Ghavami (Sasha Ghavami) and the Houston Texans will not comment.
More details are coming soon.