Texans’ Justin Britt ruled out for personal reasons as he contemplates his options, Scott Quessenberry named replacement
Texans veteran center Justin Britt was officially ruled out for Sunday’s road game against the Denver Broncos as he remains absent from the team while working through personal issues related to football as he contemplates his options.
Texans’ Scott Quessenberry prepping to start with Justin Britt absent for personal reasons: ‘Next-man-up mentality’
Scott Quessenberry is preparing to step in at center Sunday against the Denver Broncos as veteran center Justin Britt is not expected to play as he is dealing with personal issues related to football.
Texans’ Justin Britt absent Wednesday for ‘personal reasons’
One day after center Justin Britt was critical of his play during the Texans’ season-opening tie against the Indianapolis Colts, the veteran offensive lineman was absent from practice and the training facility Wednesday for “personal reasons.”
Houston Texans 2021 Total Teardown To-Do List
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. So I'm assuming the Texans' "we ain't trading Watson" stance right now is posturing, and a total rebuild is on the horizon. Let's get loaded for the 2022 draft, and pick as high as possible. To that end, I wouldn't get overly focused on making sure all your upcoming trades for draft picks (Watson being the biggest one, by far) load up in the 2021 draft. After creating a bidding war, trade Deshaun Watson to the JetsThe last big bomb that you drop before starting to reconstruct is trading Watson.houstonpress.com
Houston Texans sign center Justin Britt, formerly of the Seattle Seahawks
All rights reserved)Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt (68) during an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)HOUSTON – Former Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt announced on Instagram he’s signing a contract with the Houston Texans. Britt spent the 2020 season as a free agent, after starting 86 games for the Seahawks between 2014 and 2019. In 2019, Britt tore his ACL and missed eight games that season. Britt has played center since 2016 when he was named a Pro Bowl alternate. The Texans released longtime starting center Nick Martin on February 26.