Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, a former Missouri offensive lineman who started his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, has reportedly signed with a new team.

The Houston Texans signed Wallace-Simms, who is listed at 6-foot-5 and 330 pounds, the team announced.

At Mizzou, Wallace-Simms finished his decorated Mizzou career in 2019 by starting all 12 games, the last 7 at left guard and the first 5 at right guard. He was part of an offensive line group that allowed just 6.08 tackles for loss and 2.25 sacks per game, as he started the final 38 games of his career and was a key member of Mizzou’s offensive line group that was among the nation’s best during his time at Mizzou.

The undrafted free agent signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars following the 2020 NFL Draft.

He was waived coming out of camp and re-signed to the practice squad.

Wallace-Simms bounced on and off the Jaguars’ practice squad in 2020 before signing a futures deal for the 2021 season. He was again waived and re-signed to the practice squad once the season began. Jacksonville released him in January.

For his career, Wallace-Simms has appeared in five games with no starts for the Jaguars, Yardbarker noted.