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M.J. Stewart gets fresh number, fresh start with Houston Texans


The jeweled No. 6 hanging around ’s neck represents important memories, even though the newly signed Texans safety hasn’t worn that number in over four years. That was back when he was an imposing cornerback for North Carolina, back when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers spent their 2018 second-round pick on the physical defensive back. (Houston Chronicle)

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M.J. Stewart gets fresh number, fresh start with Houston Texans


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