The Houston Texans re-signed unrestricted free agent QB Joe Webb III. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Webb, 32, has played in 102 career regular season games (four starts) over nine seasons with the Minnesota Vikings (2010-13), Carolina Panthers (2014-2016), Buffalo Bills (2017) and Houston Texans (2018). In his first season with the Texans in 2018, Webb contributed primarily on special teams and recorded three total special teams tackles while also posting two receptions for 13 yards (6.5 avg.) at wide receiver. In his career, Webb has compiled 888 passing yards, 326 rushing yards and 74 receiving yards to go along with three passing touchdowns and four rushing touchdowns. He is the only player in NFL history to log at least 150 pass attempts, 50 rush attempts, five receptions, 10 special teams tackles and 10 kickoff returns in a career. Webb (6-4, 230) has appeared in eight postseason games (one start), including Super Bowl 50. He was originally drafted by the Vikings in the sixth round (199th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft out of Alabama-Birmingham.