Jeff Driskel is back with the Houston Texans, and this time, he’ll be back at quarterback, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

The former Florida QB was moved to tight end last season with the Texans because the coaching staff saw a rare athlete who ran a 4.5 40-yard dash coming out of college, and it’s not something that’s common.

Driskel has played for 5 teams in his 4-year career in the NFL. After he transferred to Louisiana Tech, Driskel was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth round in 2016, and signed a four year deal, then was released.

Driskel then moved to the Cincinnati Bengals’ roster for 3 seasons and eventually started the final 5 games in 2018. He also made the rosters of the Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos, and then landed with the Texans as a practice-squad signing and eventually found himself on their active roster.

His NFL numbers are he’s made 9 starts (1-8 record) as a QB in the league with the Bengals, Lions and Broncos, and collected 2,120 yards, 13 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. He has 309 rushing yards on 53 attempts (5.8 YPA) with 3 rushing TDs in his career. He has even caught a six-yard pass as a QB in 2019 with Detroit.