Jamerson was selected by the Saints in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft and then waived, and played the aforementioned 10 games with the Texans before being cut and landing in Green Bay. With the Packers, Jamerson suited up for the final two games of the regular season and took all his snaps on special teams. The 23-year-old is signed with the Packers through 2021, and will attempt to carve out a role on special teams this offseason.
Jamerson was waived by the Texans on Tuesday to make room for D'Onta Foreman on their active roster, and wasted no time finding a new home in Green Bay. The rookie fifth-round pick will work to earn a stable depth role in the Packers' secondary.
The Texans waived Jamerson on Tuesday,
To make room for D'Onta Foreman on the 53-man roster, the Texans decided to waive Jamerson. Jamerson -- who was claimed off waivers from the Saints in September -- appeared in 10 games and recorded seven tackles.
Jamerson was claimed off waivers from the Saints.
Jamerson was drafted in the 2018 fifth round by New Orleans with a reputation as an elite special teams performer, but needed work at safety after transitioning from cornerback during his senior season at Wisconsin. Houston waived tight end MyCole Pruitt to create room on the roster for Jamerson.
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