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Texans Release Danny Clark, Sign Two

The Houston Texans released veteran Danny Clark after his second stint with the team and before he could register a down in the regular season.  Clark, 33, suffered a knee strain this preseason and was limited and a possible Physically Unable to Perform list candidate.  The Texans intended to use Clark to fill Cushing’s 4-game absence, but the knee injury would have kept him out into Cushing’s return.  Filling some voids, the Texans signed year BYU linebacker David Nixon and cornerback rookie Jamar Wall out of Texas Tech University.  The Texans latest cuts included cornerbacks Fred Bennett and Jacques Reeves while injuries have plagued the Texans linebacker corps since the preseason.


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