According to a report by SBJ’s Liz Mullen, Houston Texans WR Chris Thompson has parted ways with Texas Bred Sports Group and has signed with CSE Talent for his representation. Furthermore, Thompson will file under the wings of CSE co-presidents and siblings, Michael and Jason Katz, who both left Rosenhaus Sports in 2016.

Despite going undrafted in 2017, Thompson would capitalize on every opportunity in front of him as an NFL rookie. In week 1 of the 2017 NFL season, Thompson would turn that misfortune into a highlight reel, capping off a 54-yard game against the Indianapolis Colts. That number might be scoffed at, but it would end up accounting for nearly half of QB T.J. Yates’ 137 passing yards.

In addition to his schedule on Sundays, Chris Thompson would furthermore demonstrate that his personality is defined by more than just football. Throughout his collegiate career at the University of Florida, Thompson would devote his time away from two-a-days in order to sculpt relationships with kids diagnosed with cancer. Last year, Thompson teamed up with My Cause, My Cleats, a campaign that allows NFL players to customize their cleats to pay tribute to a cause of their choice.

With this Cinderella story brewing, Chris Thompson, along with his new representatives at CSE Talent, is destined to pin the Texans group of receivers, along with teammates Will Fuller and DeAndre Hopkins, as a triple threat in the AFC for the upcoming NFL season.