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Jon Weeks sets new all-time franchise record with Texans

Jon Weeks now holds the all-time record for most games played (170) in Houston Texans history.

With his appearance in Sunday's game against the New England Patriots, the veteran long snapper passed Andre Johnson to set a new franchise record.

"It's a tremendous feeling," Weeks said. "Any time you can do anything in this organization that surpasses Andre is surreal. Andre is going to be considered the greatest Texan to ever put on the uniform. I'm just very fortunate to still be out there doing what I love to do and playing with these guys and enjoying every Sunday and not taking a moment for granted."

The former Baylor walk-on was training to be an emergency medical technician (EMT) in Arizona when the Texans called him for a tryout in 2010. Weeks, who has not missed a game in his 11 seasons with Houston, was named to the 2015 Pro Bowl.

In his historic 170th game, Weeks was also the solo coin toss captain for the Texans.

Long Snapper Jon Weeks has set the record for the most career games as a Houston Texans player at 170 games.

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