Texans Make More Changes, Fire Director of Player Engagement: Report

The move is a part of sweeping changes made by the Texans' organization this offseason

SportsRadio 610 Staff
January 28, 2020 - 2:42 pm

The Houston Texans have fired director of player engagement J.J. Moses, according to the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson.

The move is a part of sweeping changes made by the Texans' organization this offseason. 

Also fired is assistant strength and conditioning coach/performance therapist Billy Voltaire, assistant strength coach Jason George, executive assistant for football administration Eva Graham and pro and college scouting administrative assistant Amber Davies, Wilson reported.

This comes a little more than a week after the Texans fired longtime contract negotiator Chris Olsen, outside linebackers coach John Pagano and replaced Romeo Crennel with Anthony Weaver as defensive coordinator.

Moses became the director of player engagement in 2018, replacing Sean Washington. He played for the Texans in 2003 and 2004, primarily as a return specialist.

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