The Houston Texans discharged cornerback Aaron Colvin after his battles in the group’s season-opening misfortune to New Orleans, an individual acquainted with the move tells The Associated Press.
The individual talked on the state of obscurity on Tuesday on the grounds that the move had not yet been declared.
Colvin was in the second year of a four-year, $34 million contract that had $18 million ensured.
Colvin surrendered two touchdowns in the second 50% of Monday night’s 30-28 misfortune. The first went ahead a 9-yard score by Taysom Hill in the second from last quarter. He at that point got beat on a 14-yard TD gathering by Tre’Quan Smith later in the period. Colvin was likewise on the inclusion when Ted Ginn snatched a 9-yard gathering that set up the game-winning field objective.
The 27-year-old Colvin went through his initial four years in Jacksonville before joining the Texans before last season. He showed up in 10 games with two beginnings for Houston last season and completed with 29 handles and two bungle recuperations.