The Texans and C.J. Henderson have reached an agreement.

The cornerback C.J. Henderson, who was a free agent, was signed after he paid a visit to the team.

It has been reported by Jeremy Fowler of ESPN that Henderson has acknowledged his desire to join the Texans following their trip to Houston on Thursday. The one-year contract that Henderson is under has a maximum value of $3.25 million with it.

Taking into consideration the fact that Houston signed cornerback Jeff Okudah on March 11, it is quite possible that Steven Nelson's stint with the Texans will come to an end as a result of this move. During the previous season, Nelson was a starter for the Texans. He is now a free agent.

For the Panthers during the previous season, Henderson participated in a total of twelve games, seven of which he started, and finished with a total of 39 tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack, and two passes defensed.

Henderson was taken by the Jaguars with the ninth overall pick in the 2020 draft, however he was later moved to the Panthers in September of 2021

 In the year 2020, Okudah was selected with the third overall pick, and then in the year 2022, Derek Stingley Jr., the Texans' best cornerback, was selected with the third overall pick.

Henderson has played in a total of 49 games and has started 32 of them. He has defended a total of 16 passes, made three interceptions, forced two fumbles, and recovered one fumble

 When he was a rookie, he started eight games before suffering a groin ailment that forced him to miss time.

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