Originally written on Pro Football Zone  |  Last updated 11/16/14

According to MyFOXHouston.com, the Houston Texans are interested in free agent fullback Vonta Leach, but would need to figure out how to fit his salary under the cap. After playing for the Texans from 2006-2010, he would like to return there, but is currently visiting the Dolphins. “We just talked and (Rick Smith) mentioned that he definitely had an interest in Vonta,” said Leach’s agent Ralph Vitolo, in an interview with FOX 26 Sports. “He said that it would be beneficial for all of us if we could get him back down there. It’s just a matter of ‘how we can do it money-wise and when can we do it and if we can do it.’ “We all agree that we want him back there, but how do we do it?” Vitolo confirmed that both sides are interested. “It’s a mutual interest,” Vitolo said. “He felt the whole organization would benefit from getting Vonta back there. “He thinks it’s a win-win. He’s a difference-maker. He said ‘it’s not just me, it’s the entire organization.’ ” Vitolo also said there are a total of seven teams that are interested in signing Leach. “There are seven teams that have contacted me expressing interest,” Vitolo said. “You have to look at the free agent market to establish your worth and see where you’re comfortable at. “With Houston it’s different. He’s been there. He knows the people. He knows the organization. He doesn’t have to visit.” He claims that some of the other teams that are interested are the Giants, Browns, and Chiefs.   Need NFL Tickets? The post Vonta Leach drawing interest from 7 teams appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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