CBS Sports-- The Texans have signed safety Kendrick Lewis to a one-year contract. The deal is worth $795,000 with $100,000 guaranteed, per the Houston Chronicle.
Lewis started all but three games with Kansas City since that team snagged him in the fifth round of the 2010 draft. He will rejoin former Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel, who is currently toiling as the defensive coordinator for Houston.
Kendrick Lewis had this to say on twitter:
Thanks KC for 4 good years! Now on to the next chapter of my life and my new home Houston Texas!— Kendrick Lewis (@klewis23) March 21, 2014
Posted by Justin Surrency
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