Joseph Will Sign With the Tennessee Titans in the First Round of the NFL Draft
Joseph has been a key contributor to the Houston Texans during his time there. Joseph made five combined tackles during the AFC Wildcard match against the New York Jets. While the team was named AFC North champions, Joseph played on the field during that game. As a result of his performance in that game, Joseph was named to the USA Today “All-Joe” team, which honors players who make an impact despite not getting the credit they deserve.
Although the team was not able to get him into the starting lineup, the Texans still offered him a spot in the team’s first-round draft. Joseph will be familiar with Midget, his former position coach for the past two years, in addition to Vrabel. Joseph should find it easier to adjust to his new role because of this familiarity. However, the Titans’ first-round draft pick isn’t looking as promising.
After all, the NFL schedule can be exhausting, and no one can guarantee a high level of performance year after year. Joseph is a great source of motivation because of his children. He has managed to keep his personal life and work in balance with his family and NFL career. Jay’Vion is his wife and he has two sons. Their two children, Johnathan, 11 years old, and Danae (4 years), are their biggest cheerleaders. His success is a testament.