OG Fred Weary Signs One-Year Deal

And the wait is over for Texans OG Fred Weary. The 6’4″ 307lbs and 43-game starter for the Texans signed a one-year, $1.5 million dollar contract on Tuesday. Weary, 30, is one of four members left from the original expansion team of 2002. His agent, Pat Dye, told Houston’s KRIV, “We’re excited for Fred to be back in the fold.”

Although Weary couldn’t hold up the offensive line for the past six years, what Texans offensive lineman can actually said he did? But in all, Weary’s patience and fortitude for the Texans finally paid off as he’ll be hoping to make good ties with new offensive lineman coach/zone blocking guru, Alex Gibbs, for a starting spot going into the 2008 Regular Season.


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