As the Texans continue to look at free agents to bring new talent to the roster, a member of the original Texans has landed with a new team.
Cornerback DeMarcus "Petey" Faggins, who had been with Houston since being drafted in the sixth round from Kansas State in 2002, signed with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports a two-year deal for Faggins, who has played in 82 of 112 games in Texans history (36 starts). He played in 16 games last season and made 19 tackles.
Meanwhile, McClain reports that the Texans are interested in Colts free agent linebackers Buster Davis and Tyjuan Hagler, who is reportedly scheduled to visit Reliant Stadium on Friday. Ex-Colt and Buccaneer linebacker Cato June visited the Texans earlier this week.