Texans sign rookie CB Kamari Lassiter to 4-year deal

The Texans and Kamari Lassiter agreed on a contract Thursday, one day before the team’s rookie minicamps were set to begin.

Lassiter signed a four-year, $9.014 million contract with a $3.376 million signing bonus, per KPRC 2’s Aaron Wilson. The Texans drafted Lassiter with the No. 42 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft after Houston traded back from No. 23 days before.

Lassiter’s usage in camp will be one of the major storylines to watch this weekend. He’s a versatile player who could be a hit undersized as an outside cornerback. That could play to Lassiter’s advantage, though, as the Texans may look to move him around in the secondary before picking his position for the 2024 season.

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Houston had signed six of their nine draft picks earlier Thursday, per Wilson
. Those included  TE Cade Stover 
, LB Jamal Hill, RB Jawhar Jordan, DE Solomon Byrd,   DT Marcus Harris 
 and OL LaDarius Henderson. Second-round offensive tackle Blake Fisher and third-round safety Calen Bullock remain unsigned as of this writing.

Here are all seven rookies the Texans have signed thus far:

  • CB Kamari Lassiter: 4 years, $9.014 million contract with a $3.376 million signing bonus
  • TE Cade Stover: 4 years, $4.758 million with a $1.189 million signing bonus
  • LB Jamal Hill: 4 years, $4.209 million with $189,392 signing bonus
  • RB Jawhar Jordan: 4 years, $4.185 million with $165,436 signing bonus
  • DE Solomon Byrd: 4 years, $4.119 million with $99,992 signing bonus
  • DT Marcus Harris: 4 years, $4.105 million with $85,480 signing bonus
  • OL LaDarius Henderson: 4 years, $4.103 million with $83,716 signing bonus 


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