The Houston Texans announced several different moves today. Field Yates (ESPN) reported that the Texans have signed two of their draft picks.
— Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) May 14, 2014
Aaron Wilson (National Football Post) has the numbers on Ballentine’s deal.
Texans did a four-year, $2.265 million deal for free safety Lonnie Ballentine (Mr. Irrelevant), including $45,896 signing bonus
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) May 14, 2014
One local reporter did get the “exciting” scoop on who the Texans cut today.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) May 14, 2014
Graham and Supernaw were active for one game last season. Means is a former UH Cougar, and Richardson a former Rice Owl.The Texans added a tight end, running back, cornerback, fullback, and a safety in the draft, so it’s no surprise they’re cutting the scraps off their roster. They also have plenty of receivers they have brought in over the course of the last two offseasons, including several undrafted guys.
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