HOUSTON — The Texans cut quarterback Brandon Weeden on Saturday. The Texans are expected to only keep two quarterbacks — Tom Savage and first-round pick Deshaun Watson — because Houston would rather use that roster spot at another position. Savage cemented his status as the Texans’ starting quarterback after impressing during training camp. The fourth-year quarterback has a history of injuries, including a sprained shoulder in 2015 and a concussion in Week 17 last season. Weeden started and won critical games late in the 2015 season for the Texans with then-starter Brian Hoyer out injured. He was rewarded with a two-year contract after that season and served as the team’s third-string quarterback in 2016. He was active for all but three of the Texans’ 18 games last season behind Brock Osweiler and Savage but did not play.

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