Collin Klein Doesn’t Receive Contract Offer from Houston Texans

May 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Collin Klein was a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2012 and was one of college football's most dangerous weapons during the season. Unfortunately, that has yet to translate to an NFL job, as the Houston Texans decided against offering the former Kansas State quarterback a contract after he was given a tryout.
From ESPN:
Although quarterback Collin Klein impressed coach Gary Kubiak at the Houston Texans' rookie minicamp last weekend, the Heisman Trophy finalist wasn't offered a contract by the team.
Klein, who finished third in last year's Heisman Trophy voting, insisted on working out only at quarterback in advance of the NFL draft despite his unorthodox throwing motion, passing up opportunities to let scouts look at him at tight end or receiver.
The former Kansas State quarterback ended up going undrafted and accepted the tryout invitation from the Texans.
Klein was brilliant in 2012, throwing for 2,641, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions while completi...

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