The Houston Texans have addressed their void at safety, signing free agent Tashaun Gipson.
The Texans were in need of a safety after free agents Kareem Jackson and Tyrann Mathieu agreed to deals with other teams on Monday.
Gipson – who played at the University of Wyoming – spent the last three seasons with the Jaguars after playing for the Browns for four years. He has started 90 of his 98 games and led the AFC in interceptions in 2013 (5) and 2014 (6).
He has started every game in each of the last three seasons and had 54 tackles and defended seven passes last season. The Jaguars released him earlier this month.