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The Texans have agreed to a deal with quarterback Jeff Garcia, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The 41-year-old vet resurfaces in the NFL after making one brief appearance with the Eagles back in 2009. He is expected to serve as the No. 3 quarterback, and namely as a mentor to rookie starter T.J. Yates. In other words, Garcia does not merit fantasy attention.
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The Houston Texans signed veteran quarterback Jeff Garcia on Wednesday, one day removed from cutting fellow signal caller Kellen Clemens.
Garcia, 41, had individual workouts in Houston after quarterbacks Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart were injured. The Texans signed Jake Delhomme last week to serve as the backup to rookie T.J. Yates.
Garcia briefly played in one game for the Philadelphia...
The Texans are desperate for a backup to T.J. Yates, and now have Jeff Garcia on the roster to go with Jake Delhomme, who signed with the team last week.
Following two tryouts, the Houston Texans have signed 41-year-old Jeff Garcia as a backup quarterback.
The 41-year-old Garcia, who played with the Lions in 2005, had individual workouts in Houston following injuries to both Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart.
HOUSTON (AP) -- Jeff Garcia has signed with the Houston Texans on Wednesday, and will be their No. 3 quarterback behind rookie T.J. Yates and Jake Delhomme.
Jeff Garcia has signed with the Houston Texans on Wednesday, and will be their No. 3 quarterback behind rookie T.J. Yates and Jake Delhomme.
Jeff Garcia has signed with the Houston Texans on Wednesday, and will be their No. 3 quarterback behind rookie T.J. Yates and Jake Delhomme. The 41-year-old Garcia had individual workouts in Houston following injuries to both Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart. Houston signed Delhomme last week to back up Yates, who completed 12 of 25 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown in a 17-10 win over Atlanta.
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