HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Texans are moving on from cornerback Aaron Colvin after releasing the player with three years left on his contract after a dreadful performance in their loss to New Orleans.

Now the remaining members of the secondary will have to figure out how to improve without him against Jacksonville this week after Houston allowed 362 yards passing in the opener.

“Aaron worked hard for us, was a good teammate, a good pro, we just felt like it was in the best interest of our team and for Aaron to get a fresh start and for us to move in a different direction,” O’Brien said.

Colvin was in the second year

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