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Texans Free Agents for 2012 – Who Should Stay and Who Should Go?

Now that the 2011 season is officially over following the Super Bowl, now we can all look ahead to free agency.

The Texans have a number of players that will be unrestricted come March 13th when they can sign with other teams. You can see the complete list below, and give your thoughts about what players the team should keep, and what ones they could let go.

Exclusive Rights Free Agents (1)

LS Jonathan Weeks

Restricted Free Agents (2)

RB Arian Foster
S Quintin Demps

Unrestricted Free Agents (15)

QB Jake Delhomme
QB Jeff Garcia
RB Derrick Ward
WR Bryant Johnson
TE Joel Dreessen
OG Mike Brisiel
OC Chris Myers
OG Kasey Studdard
DT Tim Bulman
LB Tim Dobbins
LB Mario Williams
CB Jason Allen
S Dominique Barber
K Neil Rackers
P Matt Turk


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2 Responses to “Texans Free Agents for 2012 – Who Should Stay and Who Should Go?”

  1. Tom Quinty says:

    I`d like to see these UFA`s re-signed: Chris Myers;Mike Brisiel;Kasay Studdard…OL continuity (along with upgrading) has taken the unit to one of the very best in The NFL. There are other guys on the list who The Texans should attempt to re-up. Mario Williams and Arian Foster are stars,I`d like to see re-sign….although much more complicated and expensive.

  2. Bebe says:

    LS Jonathan Weeks S Quintin Demps QB Jake Delhomme QB Jeff Garcia WR Bryant Johnson DT Tim Bulman S Dominique Barber, Jacoby Jones and Kareem Jackson…1. What do we need with all these saftey’s? 2. That should more then free up enough money to work a satisfactory deal with Super Much Needed Mario Williams and give some other raises to the FA’s if with a bit of contract restructuring. Especially now that they have Arian Foster signed. Wade Phillips has more then put his voice in on why we need Mario Williams and his value to the team. I am a bit tired of the general public speaking on Mario like he is a liability and a waste. He stayed by the teams side all season while injured, he loves Houston and the Texans. The man may be quiet, but he is very humble and a great guy not to mention his potential to break defensive records as well as be the Beast that he really is. I like Kareem but in my opinion any player that can not back peddle, and I have to see him do well, is completely useless.

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