The Houston Texans have reached a deal with Andre Brown. The deal is worth a minimum of $645k for one season per John McClain of Chron.com.
Done deal pic.twitter.com/ytcRogiCjN
— Andre Brown (@drebrown35) April 7, 2014
Earlier today NFL.com’s Ian Rapport reported that Brown was scheduled to meet with the Texans. All signs pointed at Brown signing with the team. The running back position needed to be addressed, after Ben Tate left for Cleveland. Unfortunately, the Texans aren’t addressing the issue by signing Brown. They’re more or less praying, that Brown’s leg doesn’t snap mid season.
Three Way Too Early Scenarios:
1.) Andre Brown turns into Dominick Davis… wait… I mean, Dominick Williams? Let’s just call Dominick, Jason Bourne. Because, no one really knows his true identity.
One way too early scenario is, Brown turns into Jason Bourne. He rushes for 1,000 yards in his first season with the team and signs a extension with the team. Of course, that would mean his legs fall apart shortly after he signs the extensions, and rides off into the night, never to be heard of again.
2.) Andre Brown crushes it his first season with the Texans. Signs an extension, and becomes a legend in Houston. Essentially spawning lookalikes throughout the city. The lookalikes then feast on the minds and hearts of naive 20-something year old white girls in Houston. Taking pics with them, that show up on social media everywhere. You could probably go ahead and throw some babies out of wedlock in the mix as well. It could happen.
3.) Andre Brown doesn’t produce at all, and the Texans shrug at the signing.
At the end of the day the Texans didn’t over pay Brown. It’s a fair signing, for both parties.