Former Clemson LB visits Texans

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Glenn Andrews - USA Today Sports
Glenn Andrews - USA Today Sports

Another Clemson player headed to the Houston Texans?

Former standout linebacker Dorian O'Daniel visited the Texans on Wednesday according to multiple reports.

O'Daniel has visits or workouts planned reportedly for roughly half the NFL teams including the Texans, Saints, Bills, Jets, and Ravens.

The first-team All-ACC (AP) and Butkus finalist defender totaled 104 tackles, 11.5 TFL, five sacks and two pick-sixes last season.

Over four seasons, O’Daniel logged 1,465 snaps over 56 games (27 starts) with 227 tackles, three picks, five PBUs, two caused fumbles, 8.5 sacks, two touchdowns, and 28 TFLs. He’s tied for first in Clemson history with 47 special teams tackles and ranks second in games played.

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