Former Ohio State Wide Receiver Noah Brown Staying In Houston With One-Year Deal

By March 12, 2024 (9:00 am)Football

Former Ohio State wide receiver Noah Brown is staying in Houston after signing a one-year deal.

After suffering multiple injuries last season, Brown will be back to connect with former Buckeye C.J. Stroud.

Last season, Brown had 33 catches for 567 yards and two touchdowns in a season which the Texans made it to the playoffs and beat the Cleveland Browns 45-14 in the Wild Card round. Brown injured his shoulder in that game and had to have surgery over the offseason, though he is expected to make a full recovery.

Of his 567 yards, 325 of them came in back-to-back games when he had six receptions for 153 yards in a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and seven catches for 172 yards in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals the following week.

Brown is now the second former Buckeye to sign a one-year deal with Houston this offseason after cornerback Jeff Okudah joined the Texans for the 2024 season.

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