After eight seasons in New Orleans Saints and two years with the Baltimore Ravens, Mark Ingram is set to play for his third NFL team as he enters year 11 in the league. In March, Ingram signed with the Houston Texans. Ingram might not want to buy a home in Houston just yet, though, as ESPN has identified him as a Texan who could potentially be cut before the start of the 2021 season.

“The Texans’ running back group is deep right now, and it seems unlikely that there’s room for Ingram, David Johnson, Phillip Lindsay and the newly signed Rex Burkhead on the final 53-man roster. Given that the Texans restructured Johnson’s contract in March and doubled his guaranteed money, he will probably make the team. Ingram, who signed a one-year deal in March, could be the odd man out,” Sarah Barshop writes for ESPN.

Ingram, 31, has rushed for over 7,000 yards in his NFL career. Last season, though, his workload was reduced to a career-low 72 carries for 299 yards and 2 touchdowns. Ingram was released by the Ravens after being a healthy scratch for two of the team’s three postseason games.