49ers trade Cody Pickett to Houston

Jul 27, 2006 at 3:15 PM--


It's official. After about 30 minutes of confusion regarding a Houston Chronicle article with bad information, 49ers.com has announced that the team has traded backup quarterback Cody Pickett to the Houston Texans for a conditional draft choice. The team also released wide receiver Chris Baker.

Pickett has played in six NFL games and starting twice. He completed 14-of-35 passes with zero touchdowns and two interceptions during his career with the team.

The 49ers also signed six-year veteran defensive end Jerry DeLoach today. DeLoach has played in 73 games with 40 starts. DeLoach started his career with the Washington Redskins (2001) and the remainder of his career (2002-05) with the Houston Texans.





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