New NFL home for the 12th Man: Cullen Gillaspia lands free agent contract
Cullen Gillaspia has found a new home.
After being waived by the Houston Texans this offseason, Gillaspia has been picked up as a free agent by the New York Giants.
The former 12th Man for Texas A&M, Gillaspia missed seven games last season due to an injury but had been a regular on the Texans special team units prior to suffering his setback.
Now he’ll have the opportunity to play for a coach in Joe Judge that came to New York after making his name as a special teams coach in the NFL.
During his two seasons in Houston, Gillaspia made a total of 23 appearances for the Texans and made nine tackles.
He also caught one pass for six yards.
Excited For the Future. https://t.co/pBiHyB81M0
— Cullen Gillaspia (@CGillaspia) March 16, 2021