(SportsRadio 610) - The Texans added depth to their tight end position by signing free agent Darrell Daniels, the team officially announced Monday.
Daniels, who went undrafted out of the University of Washington, played the past three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He started 12 games at tight end and played special teams. Daniels spent the two seasons before that with the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks before being claimed off waivers by Arizona in 2018.
For his career, Daniels has 13 receptions on 33 targets for 122 yards and a touchdown, which he scored in 2020.
The Cardinals played Daniels on 24 percent of offensive snaps last season and 43 percent (career-high) in 2020. The bulk of his snaps have come on special teams: 72 percent in 2019; 30 percent in 2020; and 32 percent in 2021.
Daniels joins a group which includes Brevin Jordan, Pharaoh Brown, Antony Auclair and rookies Teagan Quitoriano and Seth Green.