The Texans approached center Chris Myers about returning to the organization in 2015, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans released Myers in March. Myers spent the past seven seasons with the Texans and never missed one game for the organization.
Free-agent offensive lineman Chris Myers is visiting the Seahawks Monday, ESPN reports.
Myers graded out positively in 2014, ranking 16th out of 41 centers, per Pro Football Focus. He has started every game in each of the last seven seasons for the Texans and could be an option to fill the team's hole at center after Max Unger was traded to New Orleans earlier in March.
The Texans released offensive lineman Chris Myers Wednesday, according to multiple reports. The team will save $6 million due to his release, according to spotrac.com.
The two-time Pro Bowler, who spent seven seasons with the Texans, was voted first-team All-Pro in 2011 by Pro Football Focus.
Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee) is listed as questionable to play in Monday's Week 7 battle with the Steelers after limited in practice for a second straight day Saturday.
Clowney hasn't played since Week 1 while recovering from knee surgery. Linebacker Mike Mohamed (calf) is also questionable to play afer being limited all week. Cornerback Darryl Morris (anke) has been ruled out.
The Texans have a whopping 12 players listed as probable to play Monday, including running back Arian Foster (groin), wide receivers Andre Johnson (ankle) and DeAndre Hopkins (hand), guard Brandon Brooks (illness), center Chris Myers (not injury related), offensive tackle Derek Newton (elbow), defensive ends J.J. Watt (thigh) and Tim Jamison (groin), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (knee) and linebackers Brian Cushing (knee), Brooks Reed (groin) and Jeff Tarpinian (knee).
The Texans have listed nine players as probable Week 5.
Duane Brown, Brian Cushing, Akeem Dent, Damaris Johnson, Ben Jones, Johnathan Joseph, Shane Lechler, Chris Myers and D.J. Swearinger should all be able to go during the contest.
Defensive end Tim Jamison comes into the game listed as questionable. He's dealing with a groin injury and was limited in practice Friday.
The Texans have listed 10 players as probable Week 2 against the Raiders.
Tight end Garrett Graham WR Andre Johnson, CB Johnathan Joseph, CB A.J. Bouye, OL Tyson Clabo, LB Brian Cushing, RB Arian Foster, DE Tim Jamison, CB Elbert Mack, LB Mike Mohamed, OL Chris Myers, OL Derek Newton, FB Jay Prosch, OL Xaier Su'a-Filo, DE J.J. Watt and DT Louis Nix II are all probable heading into the game.
Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was the only player ruled out for Week 2.
Texans cornerback A.J. Bouye (shoulder), tackle Tyson Clabo (ankle), linebacker Brian Cushing (ankle), defensive end Tim Jamison (groin), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (foot), linebacker Mike Mohamed (quadricep), center Chris Myers (toe), running back Jay Prosch (hand), guard Xavier Su'a-Filo (back) and linebacker Justin Tuggle (knee) were all cleared to play Week 1 vs. Washington. They were all listed as probable on the injury report.
According to ESPN, the following players will not suit up for the Texans Saturday night at Denver: Arian Foster, Jadeveon Clowney, Chris Myers and Johnathan Joseph.
Despite having 17 players on their injured list, the Texans are quite healthy heading into their TNF game against Jacksonville. Fullback Greg Jones, who is questionable with a knee ailment, is the only one who is not probable.
The other offensive probables are offensive linemen Derek Newton (knee), Wade Smith (knee) and Chris Myers (elbow) and running back Ben Tate (ribs/ankle).
Texans tackle Duane Brown (illness), tight end Ryan Griffin (concussion), center Ben Jones (ankle), safety Shiloh Keo (Achilles, hamstring), linebacker Joe Mays (knee), center Chris Myers (throat), tackle Derek Newton (knee, elbow), guard Wade Smith (knee), defensive end J.J. Watt (back), guard Cody White (neck), linebacker Mike Mohamed (hamstring), linebacker Darryl Sharpton (foot, toe, back) and linebacker Jeff Tarpinian (groin) were all cleared to play Week 12 vs. Jacksonville.
The Texans list 17 players on their Friday injury report, but 11 are probable for the game against the Jaguars on Sunday.
The offensive players among the probables are tight end Ryan Griffin (concussion), wideout DeAndre Hopkins (illness), offensive linemen Wade Smith (knee), Cody White (neck) Ben Jones (ankle), Duane Brown (illness), Derek Newton (knee/elbow) and Chris Myers (throat) and running back Ben Tate (ribs, ankle, neck).
The probables on defense are safety Shiloh Keo (Achilles/hamstring), linebacker Joe Mays (knee) and end J.J. Watt (back).
As expected, the five Texans starting linemen listed as probable for the game Sunday against Kansas City have been cleared to play. Guards Wade Smith (knee) and Brandon Brooks (toe), center Chris Myers (biceps) and tackles Derek Newton (knee) and Duane Brown (toe) are all active.
The Texans have a number of injuries along the offensive line for Week 7 against the Chiefs, however they fully expect all of them to be available for Sunday's game. Guards Brandon Brooks (toe) and Wade Smith (knee), center Chris Myers (biceps), and tackles Duane Brown (toe) and Derek Newton (knee) are all probable on Friday's injury report.
The Texans are dealing with a number of injuries along the offensive line, however they should have all hands on deck for Week 6 against the Rams, based on Friday's injury report. Six players are listed on the injury report, but all are expected to play through their various issues.
Tackles Duane Brown (toe), Ryan Harris (elbow) and Derek Newton (knee), along with guards Wade Smith (knee), Brandon Brooks (toe) and center Chris Myers (biceps) are all probable for Sunday's game.
A slew of Texans who were listes as probable are active for Sunday night's game against the 49ers, including tight end Garrett Graham (hip, groin), running back Greg Jones (foot, groin), center Chris Myers (biceps), offensive tackle Derek Newton (knee), wideout DeVier Posey (Achilles) and guard Wade Smith (knee).
The Texans have a lengthy list of injured players heading into Week 5 against the 49ers, but they expected the majority of them to play in Sunday's game. That includes a trio of offensive linemen who are listed as probable after getting through the week in practice: Wade Smith (knee), Chris Myers (biceps) and Derek Newton (knee).
Players listed as probable on the Texans injury report are active Week 4 against the Seahawks.
LB Brian Cushing, TE Owen Daniels, RB Arian Foster, TE Garrett Graham, CB Brice McCain, C Chris Myers, T Derek Newton, S Eddie Pleasant, WR DeVier Posey, S Ed Reed, QB Matt Schaub, G Wade Smith and RB Ben Tate will give it a go against Seattle.
Many of the players who were probable are key starters, and were not expected to miss the game.
The Texans have four offensive linemen on the injury report for Week 4 against the Seahawks, and they should have at least three of them available for Sunday's game. Guard Wade Smith (knee), center Chris Myers (back) and tackle Derek Newton (knee, calf) are all officially probable for the game, after getting through Friday's practive.
Tackle Duane Brown (toe) was unable to practice Friday, however, and he is at risk of missing his second game in a row. Brown has been limited to just taking part in some drills so far, and is expected to be a game-time decision
The Texans offensive line is missing one player in Week 3 against the Ravens, as Duane Brown was already ruled out for Sunday's game. Otherwise, they are healthy, with Chris Myers (back), Derek Newton (knee, calf, elbow) and Wade Smith (knee) active and in uniform for Week 3.
The Texans could be without tackle Duane Brown come Week 3 at Baltimore. He missed his third consecutive practice due to a toe injury and has been labeled questionable for Sunday.
Tackle Derek Newton (knee), center Chris Myers (back) and guard Wade Smith (knee) all participated in practice Friday and have been ruled probable for Sunday's game at Baltimore.