Posts Tagged ‘Shiloh Keo’

Texans To Release Safety Ed Reed

The Texans are releasing free safety Ed Reed today, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. Reed was demoted and replaced by Shiloh Keo in the last two losses to Indianapolis and Arizona. After Sunday’s 27-24 loss to the Cardinals, Reed, who was in on 12 plays, said the Texans were “outplayed” and “outcoached.” On […]

Texans Add Shiloh Keo to Roster Off Practice Squad

The Texans have elevated rookie safety Shiloh Keo to the 53-man roster off the team’s practice squad, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. A 2011 fifth-round pick (144th overall) out of Idaho, Keo had three tackles in four preseason games before he was waived and re-signed to the practice squad in early September. Safety […]

Opportunity for Keo to Play at Safety With Wilson and Pollard Not Coming Back

With a couple safeties not coming back to the team in 2011, John McClain reports it opens the door for rookie safety Shiloh Keo to come in and get playing time. The Texans represent a great opportunity for safeties. Last year’s starters, Eugene Wilson and Bernard Pollard, won’t return. Phillips coached rookie safety Shiloh Keo […]

Texans Believe 5th Rd S Shiloh Keo is a “Diamond in the Rough”

The HeraldNet.com of Snohomish County, Washington, reported that Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak believes their fifth round safety pick out of Idaho, Shiloh Keo, is a “diamond in the rough.”  Kubiak said on the 5’11”, 219 lb. 23-year-old safety: “I love this guy’s football IQ when I watch him play, diagnosing routes, formations, and what’s fixing […]