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State of the Texans:
The Houston Texans have resigned tight end Phillip Supernaw for the upcoming 2013 season. Supernaw was signed as an undrafted free agent fromÂ Ouachita Baptist University and impressed enough thoroughÂ preseasonÂ to make it on the practice squad out of 2012Â trainingÂ camp. His time on the practice squad was cut short after he injured his right foot (stress fracture)Â that landed him on the injured reserve.
Supernaw is 6-5 and 250 lbs. and fits the description that most Texans tightends meet.
With the signing the Texans now have four tightends under contract for 2013, Owen Daniels, Garrett Graham, Jake Byrne and now Supernaw.
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According to Adam Schefter the Houston Texans have released veteran wide receiver Kevin Walter.
Walter was due $4.5 million in 2013 but this move should come as no surprise for any fans who have watched the Texans.
After signing with Houston in 2006, Walter posted 326 receptions with 4,083 yards and 24 touchdowns. He has been a starter for the Texans opposite Andre Johnson for the...
The start of free agency is coming up people. So I figured it was time to get going on an article on who the Texans might be looking at signing. In terms of needs, the Texans do have holes to fill. With key defensive starters like Bradie James, Connor Barwin, and Glover Quin all set to hit the free agent market the Texans have a couple tough decisions to make. Here are some things...
With the opening of free agency, we decided to look at the top 10 free agent signings in Houston Texans history. The list is short but filled with impact players who have done their part to make a difference when they were brought in to help the Texans.
5. Bernard Pollard
Signed off the scrap heap in 2009, Pollard came into the season in Houston and took matters into his...
As we continue the Team Needs series for the 2013 NFL Draft, we proceed to the team with the twenty-seventh overall pick; the Houston Texans. With another year of franchise records being set, the Texans ultimately spun their wheels in 2012 by getting just as far as they did the prior season.
Most thought that the defense would drop off from the previous season and that was confirmed...
It was one of those days where the Houston Texans were going to be in wait and see mode and prior to the new league year opening up. There was no good news, the Texans were watching their own free agents board planes and visit other NFL teams. There are some Texans who are no longer with the teamÂ and there was some interesting news on who the Texans contacted on the free agent market...
The Houston Texans released receiver Kevin Walter as free agency opened on Tuesday.
The 31-year-old Walter signed with the Texans in March 2006 after playing his first three NFL seasons in Cincinnati. He caught 326 passes for 4,093 yards in his seven seasons with the Texans. Walter made 41 catches for 518 yards and two touchdowns and was the Texans' third-leading receiver in...
The Houston Texans have reportedly have cut ties withÂ veteran wide receiver Kevin Walter just before the start of 2013 NFL Free Agency at 4:00 p.m. ET, per ESPNâ€™s Adam Shefter. Â WalterÂ was selected in the seventh round (No. 255 overall) out of Eastern Michigan by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2003 NFL Draft and spent three seasons with the team before taking his talents to Houston...
ESPNâ€™sÂ Adam Schefter reports that the Houston Texans have parted ways with WR Kevin Walter.
The Texans gave Walter multiple chances to prove he could be their No. 2 receiver, but he was never able to have the type of impact their offense could clearly use.
Walter, 31, had aÂ $3.5 million base salary coming his way next season. This move will saveÂ Houston $2.5 million in cap space...
The Texans have released receiver Kevin Walter.Fantasy Spin:Walter has served as Houston's No. 2 receiver since 2006 but he has been on the decline over the past four seasons after putting up a career-high 899 yards and eight touchdowns in 2008-09. He had just 518 yards and two scores in 2012.
FB James Casey has agreed to a 3-year deal with the Eagles worth $14.5 million
â€” Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) March 13, 2013
The Philadelphia Eagles have signed free agent James Casey who has been with the Houston Texans since 2009. Casey was drafted in 2009 in the 5th round (152nd overall) in the NFL draft out of Rice University. He had a career year in 2012 with 34 catches...
(via Sports Illustrated)
The Philadelphia Eagles were the first in line for former Houston Texans' tight end and fullback, James Casey. Casey met with the Eagles and it is believed that he will not leave without a deal. The deal could be done as early as this evening.
Casey, 28, has three years of experience in the NFL. He registered 330 yards last season, with 34 receptions...
After a seven-year stint in Houston that saw his production decrease dramatically over the last two seasons, wide receiver Kevin Walter is now a free agent.
Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Texans have released the ten-year veteran, meaning Walter is immediately free to sign with another organization.
At one time considered to be the future No. 2 wideout to Pro Bowler Andre JohnsonÂ’s...
BREAKING NEWSTags: James CaseyPhiladelphia EaglesThe first move the Eagles made in free agency today was to get a versatile lead blocker for LeSean McCoy and Bryce Brown. Â They signed Houston Texans free agent fullback/tight end James Casey to a three-year deal.
Heâ€™s 28 years old and a tweener at 6â€™3â€³ and 240 pounds. Â Thatâ€™s not big for a tight end [...](Read more...)