Texans sign safety Quintin Demps

The Houston Texans have re-signed veteran safety Quintin Demps, the team announced. Demps had a career-high 22 tackles, two interceptions and four pass deflections in nine games last season. He also returned five kickoffs for 169 yards for a 33.8 average. He had a team-high 50-yard return against the Carolina Panthers.

He originally signed with the Texans in December of 2010. Demps is a former Philadelphia Eagles fourth-round draft pick. For his career, he has 34 tackles, one sack and three interceptions, and 63 kickoff returns for 1,638 yards and one touchdown.

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