Texans and LT Duane Brown Agree on a Deal

The Texans have reached a contract agreement with left tackle Duane Brown according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Brown, coming off his best season, had one year left on his original five-year contract and would have made $2.08 million this year.

Agent Andy Ross reached the deal with general manager Rick Smith and vice president of administration Chris Olsen, the Texans’ primary contract negotiator.


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One Response to “Texans and LT Duane Brown Agree on a Deal”

  1. Marty says:

    The huge chunk of money extended to Brown will help Texan fans understand why Brisiel and Winston were let go. The money was needed for this signing. You can also bet that GM Smith has more money squirreled away to use in signing Schaub if he has a stellar, INJURY-FREE season.

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