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Davis Mills is officially a member of the Houston Texans. According to NFL Reporter Aaron Wilson, the Texans and Mills have agreed to a four-year contract worth $5.22 million, which also comes with a $1.157 million signing bonus. With Mills now under contract, the Texans have signed their entire 2021 NFL Draft class.

After the Texans selected Mills with their 67th overall pick, the 22-year-old Georgia native described his draft day experience as “incredibly special” and “very humbling.” Mills told reporters that he is most excited about the opportunity to play under Pep Hamilton — who is entering his first season as Houston’s new quarterback coach.

“I think the first thing, obviously, I can’t do it from the start, but I think my leadership ability is up there,” Mills said about what qualities he can bring to the Texans. “Obviously, you’ve got to get in front of some of my teammates to start building their respect by putting in hard work and then the next thing, just that winning mentality and that ability on the field.”

Mills spent his collegiate career at Stanford University, where he only played 14 games. After redshirting his freshman season due to injury, Mills threw for 3,468 yards, 18 touchdowns, and eight interceptions while completing 65 percent of his passes from 2018-2020.


Houston Texans 2021 player profile: QB Davis Mills