Keyes signed a contract with the Texans on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Keyes previously appeared in three games with the Texans this season before being cut Nov. 27 and now rejoins the 53-man roster. The veteran linebacker is expected to serve a depth role heading into the postseason.
The Texans cut Keyes on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Keyes appeared in three games with the Texans this season and totaled five tackles. Keyes was cut to make room for Dylan Cole (wrist), who was activated off injured reserve.
Keyes signed a contract with the Texans on Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Keyes was let go by the Texans during the preseason, but he will rejoin the team in the wake of Tyrell Adams (undisclosed) being waived/injured. The 25-year-old journeyman will serve as a depth linebacker in Houston's 3-4 defense going forward.
The Redskins waived Keyes on Tuesday.
Keyes signed with the team last week ahead of their season opener to provide depth at linebacker. He was waived in order to beef up depth at wide receiver. The journeyman will now be forced to look for a new landing spot.
Keyes signed a contract with the Redskins on Wednesday.
A career journeyman throughout his four years in the NFL, Keyes provides depth to Washington's linebacker corps and could contribute on special teams. The 25-year-old remains off the IDP radar heading into 2018.
Keyes signed a deal with the Texans on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
The four-year pro has been a journeyman so far in his career, spending stints with the Chargers, Browns, Buccaneers and Falcons. Look for the 25-year-old to be a special teams contributor in Houston.
Keyes didn't receive a qualifying offer or minimum tender from the Browns and has become an unrestricted free agent, per the league's official transaction log.
Keyes, who the Browns claimed off waivers in November, racked up four tackles in eight games with Cleveland in 2017 while exclusively serving in a special-teams role. The Boston College product is still only 25 years old and could have a number of suitors on the open market in need of extra bodies for training camp this summer.
Keyes was claimed off waivers by the Browns on Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
The Browns will be Keyes' fourth team since the start of training camp. Keyes' only two appearances of the season came with the Chargers, with whom he saw 27 snaps, all on special teams.
Keyes was waived by the Chargers on Tuesday, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports.
Keyes had a short stint in LA, playing only two games with the Chargers before being let go. The linebacker played exclusively on special teams and will now look for a similar role elsewhere in the league.
Keyes signed a contract with the Chargers on Monday, Hayley Elwood of the team's official site reports.
Keyes has experience working with Chargers linebackers coach Richard Smith when both were with the Falcons last winter, so this addition makes sense. Fellow linebacker Nigel Harris was waived in a corresponding move.
Keyes (undisclosed) agreed to an injury settlement with the Falcons on Monday, per the NFL's official transaction report.
Reaching an injury settlement removes Keyes from injured reserve and immediately makes him eligible to sign with another team.
Keyes (undisclosed) reverted to the Falcons' injured reserve after being waived/injured Saturday, per the official NFL media site transaction log.
The severity or specifics surrounding Keyes' injury are currently unknown, but after spending the last two seasons on the practice squad and playing special teams, Keyes will be on IR for an indefinite amount of time.
Keyes (undisclosed) was waived/injured by the Falcons on Saturday.
Keyes has spent that last two seasons bouncing between practice squad and special teams duties. He's expected to clear waivers and head to injured reserve.
Keyes was promoted to the active roster on Thursday, the team's official site reports.
Keyes has been on the practice squad since Week 7 after getting his walking papers from Tampa Bay. He'll provide some added depth at linebacker down the stretch.
Keyes was released from the Bucs' practice squad Tuesday, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
Keyes' yo-yo season continues, with the second-year linebacker now having seen two stints apiece on the practice squad and active roster for the Bucs. Given his familiarity with the team's system, it wouldn't be surprising to see Keyes on speed dial should the team need some reinforcements at linebacker at some point.
Keyes was re-signed to the practice squad Wednesday, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
As expected, the second-year linebacker returns to the team after having just been waived from the active roster on Monday. Keyes will likely remain on the practice squad barring an injury to veteran Daryl Smith.
Keyes signed a contract with Tampa Bay on Friday, Buccaneers' writer Scott Smith reports.
Keyes was waived by Tampa Bay on Tuesday and was expected to be signed to the practice squad. However, rookie Devante Bond was placed on IR, opening a spot up for Keyes, who had filled in for Bond the first two weeks of the season. Look for him to continue backing up Daryl Smith going forward.
Keyes was waived by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
The undrafted second-year linebacker had seen action on special teams over the first two weeks while rookie Devante Bond recovered from a hamstring injury. Keyes is expected to be re-signed to the practice squad in the coming days.
Keyes was officially promoted to the active roster Saturday, the team's official site reports.
The move was widely expected after Devante Bond (hamstring) was ruled out Friday for Week 1. Keyes will back up Daryl Smith on the strong side against the Falcons on Sunday.
Keyes is expected to be promoted to the active roster in advance of the Week 1 tilt versus the Falcons now that Devante Bond (hamstring) has been ruled out, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The undrafted second-year pro filled in for Bond at strongside linebacker in the final two preseason games and now appears likely to fill his spot come Sunday. Keyes was part of the Bucs' practice squad last season as well, before a promotion to the active roster for the final seven games of the season. He tallied a pair of special-teams stops along with five tackles on defense, following a career at Boston College where he amassed 124 tackles (79 solo), including 16.5 for loss, and 7.5 sacks over four seasons.