Former Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, who was drafted and converted to a receiver, has been cut by the Houston Texans.  The three year experiment is over.

Miller played in just 21 games for the Texans in three seasons.  He only hauling in 34 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns.  According to Ian Rapoport, the Texans were trying to trade the former third round draft pick.

Whether or not his NFL journey has also ended is yet to be seen.  But we have a feeling his options are going to be limited at best.