The Texans took care of a little contract business before members of the team scattered for their last time off before training camp.

According to multiple reports, the team has agreed to a contract extension with cornerback Johnathan Joseph. Joseph had one year left on his current deal and the extension tacks on two more years to the deal.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that the deal is worth a total of $22 million with $11.5 million in guaranteed money. Joseph will make $7 million in base salary this year, down from $8.75 million and his cap hit drops by $500,000 from the former total of $12.25 million.