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Jon Weeks inducted into High School's Hall of Fame | Daily Brew

Jon Weeks is a Hall of Famer.

The Texans long snapper was inducted into the Mountain Ridge High School Hall of Fame over the weekend in Glendale, Arizona. Weeks signed with Houston in the spring of 2010 and has played in a franchise-record 193 consecutive games since. He's the only Texan to appear in all 10 postseason contests in team history as well and was selected to the Pro Bowl following the 2015 regular season.

As a Mountain Lion from 2000 to 2004, Weeks helped Mountain Ridge capture regional titles in 2000 and 2002, with the latter squad going 14-1 and advancing all the way to the state semifinals. In addition to handling long snapper duties, Weeks played both ways, starring as an offensive and defensive lineman. He excelled on defense and won the Curley Culp Award as Arizona's best defensive lineman.

Following his standout career with Mountain Ridge, Weeks was the long snapper for the Baylor Bears from 2004 through 2007.

In his Texans career, Weeks has logged 33 special teams tackles. He's one of only 10 NFL players to play in every game of the 2010's and currently owns the NFL's third-longest active streak of games played. He trails only Green Bay K Mason Crosby (241 consecutive games) and Carolina long snapper J.J. Jansen (210 consecutive games).

Weeks and former WR Andre Johnson are the only Texans to tally 12 seasons with the franchise.

Along with Weeks, 14 other former coaches and athletes were inducted, as well as the 2004 Girls Varsity Volleyball team.

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