One of the few remaining NFL teams to regularly feature a fullback signed one of the best in the league Wednesday.

The Texans reached a one-year deal with former Jaguars fullback Greg Jones. Jones, who turns 32 next week and is entering his 10th NFL season, received a contract for $1 million, with a base salary of $840,000 and a signing bonus of $160,000. The deal includes $240,000 of guaranteed money.

“Houston best fits me right now,” Jones said. “Jacksonville … made an offer. Just right now where I’m at in my career, I think Houston will be best for me right now. … This’ll be my 10th year. I’ve got more years behind me than in front of me.”

The Jaguars drafted Jones out of Florida State in the second round in 2004. Since entering the league, he’s been the lead blocker for running backs Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew, who have combined for four Pro Bowl selections.