Houston Texans safety Rahim Moore is getting some help adjusting to life with his new team in training camp.

Moore, who signed a free-agent deal with Texans after four seasons with the Denver Broncos has a long-standing friendship with Houston cornerback Kareem Jackson.

"I've been knowing Kareem since I came out of college," Moore said, via the Houston Chronicle. "We all trained in Florida together and just had a ball. We just clicked. I know is family, his mom and his brothers. I support him on all his camps. We're brothers, literally brothers from another mother. Kareem has fed me and he has clothed me. He has bought me nice expensive dinners when I didn't any money and expensive clothes when I didn't have anything nice to wear. Even when I had money, he still blessed me. That's just who he is.

"We've hung out a lot, gone to a few Miami Heat games. We trained together and talked football every off-season. Now we're together, doing the same thing and trying to win games. I told Kareem and ( fellow Houston cornerback Johnathan Joseph), whatever you need from me, I'll give it to you."

Jackson, who agreed to an extension with the Texans just before the start of free agency, said he was pleased when he found out Moore would be joining him in Houston.

"We've been friends for a while," Jackson said. "I was definitely excited. I knew what kind of player Rahim was and what kind of man he was off the field."

Moore, who practiced against the Texans last year as a member of the Broncos and said this year's team looks far better from an offensive standpoint.

"Our practices are fast-paced and guys are healthy. (The receivers) look great catching the football, running good routes," More said. "And we've got quarterbacks who can get them the ball. I like our quarterbacks. Everybody's putting in a lot of extra work."

(h/t Houston Chronicle)