Just a few more roster changes are being made by the Houston Texans in preparation for their 2022 season opening versus the Indianapolis Colts.

Unfortunately, one running back won't be playing with them.

The Texans made the announcement that they have parted ways with veteran running back Royce Freeman on Friday.

In November of last year, Freeman was claimed off waivers by the Texans.

Freeman amassed 35 touches for 92 yards and an additional seven receptions for 62 yards in seven games for the Texans. He was useful on special teams as well.

Freeman was re-signed by the Texans in March, and they maintained him during last week's roster cuts. What the Texans do with their additional roster slot moving forward is still up in the air.

Royce Freeman rose to attention as the Oregon Ducks' standout running back between 2014 and 2017.

He set multiple team records in four seasons and graduated as the Ducks all-time leader in running yards and touchdowns.

The Denver Broncos selected Freeman with the 71st overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, and he made an immediate impact in his first two seasons.

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