According to multiple reports, the Texans have agreed to deals with safety D.J. Swearinger and offensive tackle Brennan Williams. Just hours earlier, reports surfaced of first-round pick DeAndre Hopkins also inking a deal with the team. All of the Texans' draft picks are now signed heading into training camp. Rookies reported to camp Monday for conditioning drills with practices beginning Friday morning at the Methodist Training Center.
Second-round pick Swearinger started 33-of-52 games at South Carolina and ended his college career with 244 tackles, six interceptions for 94 yards, returning two for touchdowns. Third-round pick Brennan Williams played alongside Texans quarterback T.J. Yates at North Carolina in 2009 and 2010. Williams recorded 108 knockdowns and 15 touchdown-resulting blocks in his 21 starts at right tackle for the Tar Heels.