Bray was cut by the Texans on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bray was placed on the waiver wire by the Bills earlier this month to make room for Corey Coleman. The 25-year-old was always a long shot to make the roster given the Texans' depth at the receiver position, and he will now attempt to find a home elsewhere in the league as a depth piece. Bray will become an unrestricted free agent if he clears waivers.
Bray signed a contract with the Texans on Sunday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bray was waived by the Bills a week ago in order to open a roster spot for the newly acquired Corey Coleman. He'll spend training camp with the Texans but is a long shot to make the team's final roster given that they boast plenty of quality depth at wide receiver, but Houston's been on a perpetual mission to find a return specialist, an area that Bray fulfilled while with the Colts the previous three seasons. The Texans had Tyler Ervin and Braxton Miller returning kicks in the preseason opener.
Bray was waived by the Bills on Sunday, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports.
The move was made to open a roster spot for Corey Coleman, who was traded to the Bills from Cleveland in exchange for a draft pick. Bray will become an unrestricted free agent if he clears waivers.
Bray did not participate in Thursday's practice due to a toe injury, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports.
The specifics regarding Bray's injury aren't clear, but any missed practice time is going to be very costly for the receiver given that he is already a long shot to make the final roster. Bray was signed to a reserve/future contract back in January.
Bray signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Monday.
Bray played in 24 games with the Colts over the past three seasons, primarily serving as a kick and punt returner. The 26-year-old is likely to see that area as his chance to make the Bills as he enters the team's offseason program.
Bray (undisclosed) was waived from the Colts' injured reserve list Tuesday, according to the league's official transaction log.
Bray originally landed on IR in early November with an undisclosed injury. If he clears waivers, he'd then be free to sign with another team.
The Colts placed Bray on injured reserve Tuesday due to an undisclosed injury.
What Bray's injury is isn't clear, but Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star relays that the third-year wideout had been on the receiving end of some big hits in recent games. Bray has logged more than twice as many snaps on special teams than offense this season, making his greatest impact as a return man rather than in the passing game. With Bray out for the season, Marlon Mack is expected to replace him as the top kickoff returner, while Chester Rogers will be tasked with fielding punts.
Bray played just one snap on offense in Sunday's 46-18 loss at Seattle and wasn't targeted in the passing game. He averaged 15.6 yards on five kickoff returns.
WIth Kamar Aiken returning from a concussion, Bray's role was limited to special teams. He had played 33 snaps the prior week when Aiken was injured.
Bray had one reception for 22 yards on his only target in Sunday's win over Cleveland.
Bray played 33 snaps on offense as he got more time with Kamar AIken leaving with a concussion. Bray could be used as the third receiver this week if Aiken remains sidelined.
Bray had three punt returns for no yards and played four snaps on offense, but wasn't targeted in the passing game in Sunday's loss to the Rams.
Bray will serve as Indy's kickoff and punt returner again this season. He didn't have a kick return attempt in Sunday's game. He'll also be used sparingly on offense as he barely got on the field as a receiver even with Chester Rogers missing the game due to injury.
Bray has won both the punt and kickoff return jobs for the Colts with the release of JoJo Natson, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Bray will likely be limited to special teams, but he showed promise as a returner last season before a season-ending ankle injury.
Bray had one reception for nine yards on his only target and also returned three kickoffs for an average of 15.3 yards in Saturday's preseason win over Pittsburgh. He also returned one punt for no yards.
Bray and Bruce Natson are in a close race for the kickoff return job. However, Bray got time with the first-team offense as a receiver, so that means he'll likely make the team. He could win both return jobs if Natson doesn't make the roster.
Bray (ankle) signed his exclusive rights tender with the Colts, Joe Spears of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Bray was near the bottom of the Colts' receiver depth chart last season before injuring his ankle and ending the year on injured reserve. He'll compete for return duties in 2017 and could work his way up the depth chart as well.
Bray (ankle), an exclusive rights free agent, was tendered by the Colts on Thursday, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star reports.
Bray will once again be in the mix for return duties in 2017. Given the unsettled nature of the depth chart under the Colts' top three wideouts, he could conceivably work his way up the pecking order this summer and become a contributor on offense as well. However, that notion seems unlikely, leaving Bray a non-factor in the fantasy realm for the time being.
Bray (ankle) was placed on injured reserve.
The Colts could have major depth issues this week in their receiving corps with Donte Moncrief (shoulder), Phillip Dorsett (hamstring) and TE Dwayne Allen (ankle) all potentially sidelined with injuries. Bray will be a bigger loss on special teams, where he was both the punt and kickoff returner. Chester Rogers will likely return punts, but it's not clear who may return kickoffs.
Bray left Sunday's loss to Houston in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.
The Colts had depth issues in the receiving corps as Phillip Dorsett also left with a hamstring injury. Chester Rogers could have a much larger role next week as a result.
Bray (shin) is active for Sunday night's game against the Colts.
Bray was unable to practice this week, but is apparently feeling good enough to give it a go Sunday night. He will be a depth option for the Colts at wide receiver.
Bray (shin) is listed as questionable to play against the Texans on Sunday.
Bray didn't practice this week and therefore seems to have unfavorable odds of suiting up.
Bray (shin) did not practice Wednesday.
Bray had his largest role of the season last week on offense with three touches, but it looks like he may take a step back due to injury. However, no injury was reported after the game so this is likely minor.
Bray had two receptions for 29 yards on three targets and also had one carry for seven yards in Sunday's win over Chicago.
Bray played just 10 snaps on offense but made the most if it with three touches. He got less playing time than Chester Rogers (54) as he looks like the fourth receiver at this point.