CAMERON Dantzler has been defending NFL wide receiver for years and is now looking for a new team to suit up for.
The Houston Texans waived the 25-year-old former second-day draft pick ahead of the NFL season after the team finalized its initial 53-man roster.
Dantzler played three seasons in the NFL while also suiting up for a franchise.
The Minnesota Vikings selected Dantzler in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft after a standout college career at Mississippi State.
During his three seasons with the Vikings, Dantzler started in 26 of the 35 games in which he played.
He recorded three interceptions, three forced fumbles and 125 solo tackles.
However, after three seasons in Minnesota, the team released him after the 2022 NFL season.
He would bounce around the league this offseason with brief stints with three organizations.
The Washington Commanders claimed him off waivers from Minnesota but cut him on May 30.
He then received a one-year contract with the Buffalo Bills, but was released just seven days later after suffering an injury in training camp.
His last stop was with the Texans, but he didn’t make their final roster.
Although he failed to make a team, Dantzler was linked to the Indianapolis Colts and Arizona Cardinals Bleacher Report As an experienced team, you should focus on free agency.