Tyrann Mathieu Signs With New Team

Tyrann Mathieu Signs With New Team

Tyrann Mathieu Signs With New Team

Not long ago, he inked a new deal with the Arizona Cardinals, but with Arizona seemingly in rebuild mode, the team made a decision to release the honey badger.

Despite the rumors that the Kansas City Chiefs could be a prime contender for Tyrann Mathieu's services, the former Arizona Cardinals safety signed a 1-year deal with the Houston Texans.

Arizona chose to release Mathieu on Wednesday when the two sides couldn't come together on a restructured contract. He's racked up 11 interceptions and 42 passes defended in that time.

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The Arizona Cardinals released Mathieu to clear cap space just days ago. The Texans are expected to pay Mathieu $7 million for 2018.

The Honey Badger, as Mathieu is widely known, is one of the league's more versatile defensive backs.

Mathieu, a Pro Bowler and a first-team All-Pro safety in 2015, is coming off of a season where he led the entire National Football League in snaps played.

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Mathieu is coming off a season in which he had 66 tackles and two interceptions for the Cardinals.

The Texans announced the one-year deal on Friday. He also tore the ACL in his left knee as a rookie in 2013.

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