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Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Undergoes groin, oblique surgeries
Quitoriano recently underwent successful groin and oblique surgeries and is expected to recover in the offseason, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
It's a shimmer of encouraging news for Quitoriano, who is now all but certain to sit out the rest of this season. He served mostly as a blocker this year, catching two passes for 33 yards on three targets over seven games.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Moved to IR
The Texans placed Quitoriano (groin) on injured reserve Tuesday.
Quitoriano, who sustained the injury in Sunday's 15-13 loss to the Panthers, will now have to sit out for at least the next four games and will be eligible to return against the Broncos on Dec. 3. In a corresponding move, the Texans signed tight end Eric Saubert off the Cowboys' practice squad.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Likely to land on IR
The Texans are expected to place Quitoriano on injured reserve after he suffered a groin injury in Sunday's 15-13 loss to the Panthers, Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Quitoriano has split his snaps this season between special teams and on offense as a depth tight end behind Dalton Schultz. With Quitoriano expected to miss time to recover from his groin injury and Brevin Jordan (foot) also set to sit out with a plantar fasciitis issue, the Texans could look to add a tight end to their active roster prior to their Week 9 game against the Buccaneers.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Exits game with groin injury
Quitoriano (groin) is questionable to return for Sunday's contest against the Panthers, Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Quitoriano has provided the Texans with depth at tight end behind Dalton Schultz while also playing on special teams. If Quitoriano is unable to return, that would leave Houston with just Schultz at the position for the rest of the contest.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Makes first catch since Week 1
Quitoriano caught his lone target for 22 yards in Sunday's 21-19 loss to the Falcons in Week 5.
Quitoriano made his first catch since Week 1 on just his third target of the season. Houston's tight ends garnered a season-high 11 targets in the loss, but 10 of them went to starter Dalton Schultz. Quitoriano will continue on as the top backup ahead of Brevin Jordan, who played just two snaps Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Untargeted in win
Quitoriano was not targeted in Sunday's 30-6 win over the Steelers in Week 4.
Quitoriano went untargeted for the second time in four weeks but remains the No. 2 tight end ahead of Brevin Jordan, who is considered a better receiving threat.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Targeted once in win
Quitoriano did not catch his lone target in Sunday's 37-17 win over the Jaguars in Week 3.
Quitoriano was targeted in the first quarter, the second time quarterback C.J. Stroud has looked to the tight end, who caught his other target in Week 1 for 11 yards. He's mainly around to block and has seen the second-most playing time among the tight end group behind Dalton Schultz and ahead of Brevin Jordan. As the better blocker, Quitoriano figures to outplay Jordan most weeks, but if game situations call for a receiver, that would be Jordan, who scored a touchdown Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Makes preseason debut
Quitoriano caught one of three targets for 14 yards in Saturday's 28-3 preseason loss to Miami.
Quitoriano made his preseason debut after being removed from the active/PUP list last week. All of his target activity came in the fourth quarter Saturday, which suggests a minor role for the tight end, but Quitoriano was used in a goal-line package on Hosuton's opening possession. He was also on the field during the team's second possession, which led to a field goal. Brevin Jordan's continued absence due to a hamstring injury opens the door for Quitoriano to become the primary backup to Dalton Schultz.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Activated from PUP list
Quitoriano (quadriceps) was removed from the active/PUP list and practiced Saturday, Brooks Kubena of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Quitoriano was in full pads for Saturday's walkthrough and appears ready to make his preseason debut next weekend versus the Dolphins. The tight end is competing with Brevin Jordan (hamstring) for the primary reserve role behind Dalton Schultz in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Close to returning
Quitoriano (quadriceps) has been running and is closing in on a return from the active/PUP list, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Quitoriano was placed on the active/PUP list to begin camp after pulling his quadriceps in summer workouts, but the tight end is eligible to be activated at any time. Once he returns to practice, Quitoriano could benefit from additional reps while Dalton Schultz (ribs) and Brevin Jordan (hamstring) work their way back from their respective injuries.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Placed on active/PUP list
The Texans placed Quitoriano (undisclosed) on the active/PUP list Tuesday.
A 2022 fifth-round pick out of Oregon State, Quitoriano appeared in nine games as a rookie and caught seven of 14 targets for 113 yards and two touchdowns. The severity of the 6-foot-6 tight end's injury remains unclear, but he's eligible to practice and/or play at any point during the preseason. When healthy, Quitoriano will compete with Brevin Jordan for backup snaps behind Dalton Schultz.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Opens eyes in finale
Quitoriano caught three of four targets for 83 yards in Sunday's 32-31 win over the Colts in Week 18.
Quitoriano used the last game of his rookie season to flash some of his athletic potential. Used primarily as a blocking tight end since being activated off injured reserve Week 9, the 2022 fifth-round pick broke out with two catches of more than 20 yards (22 and 52). The Texans have soured on Brevin Jordan, and the tight end position is wide open next season. However, Houston fired head coach Lovie Smith, so there will be a new coaching regime in place and anything is possible in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Good to go
Quitoriano (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Mark Lane of USA Today reports.
Quitoriano sat out the Texans' Week 17 loss to the Jaguars after hyperextending his knee in the Texans' Week 16 victory over the Titans. His ability to open Week 18 prep as a full practice participant suggests that he'll be ready to play in Sunday's season finale in Indianapolis. Before sustaining the knee injury, Quitoriano had been serving as Houston's starting tight end and saw snap shares north of 70 percent in his last two full games, but he's been only lighting involved in the passing game. Jordan Akins, meanwhile, has drawn multiple targets in eight consecutive contests and looks like the better Houston tight end to roster for fantasy purposes.... See More ... See Less
Texans' Teagan Quitoriano: Won't play Sunday
Quitoriano (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Quitoriano was forced out with a hyperextended knee and bruised quadriceps in the Week 16 win over Tennessee. The rookie was then sidelined for each practice during Week 17 prep, so he'll now sit out for the first time since his Week 9 debut versus Philadelphia. Quitoriano has caught four of 10 passes for 30 yards and two touchdowns this season, so his absence could lead to increased opportunities for Brevin Jordan and O.J. Howard behind No. 1 tight end Jordan Akins.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-6, 259 lbs
|Birthplace: Salem, OR
|School: Oregon State