Safety remains an ongoing issue for the Chicago Bears as the 2014 season draws ever closer. Could they get a boost by signing new free agent Chris Clemons?
Houston Texans cut Clemons in favor of Danieal Manning
Changes continue to come on the Houston Texans defense, but the latest one is a slight surprise. Just a few months ago the team signed 28-year old safety Chris Clemons...
Today the Houston Texans released Chris Clemons their free safety in a surprise cut. @ChronBrianSmith: Veteran safety Danieal Manning on verge of returning to #Houston #Texans http://t.co/ofMKYpdEqD #NFL The team then made an unexpected move and signed safety Daniel Manning formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals.
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The Houston Texans have signed free agent safety Chris Clemons to a two-year deal.
Clemons, 28, will come over to Houston after spending the last five seasons with the Miami Dolphins. His new deal calls for him to make $2.7 million.
The #Texans are signing S Chris Clemons to a 2-year deal.
— Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) March 28, 2014
While Clemons may not rack up interceptions...
Tania Ganguli of ESPN reports that the Texans have signed former Dolphins S Chris Clemons to a two-year contract.
Clemons, 28, recorded 62 tackles, 8 passes defended, and 1 interception and also graded out as the No. 19 safety in the league last season, according to ProFootball Focus.
Clemons signing means that the Texans will now have a defensive backfield consisting of Clemons...
According to James Walker of ESPN.com, re-signing free agent S Chris Clemons is “not a priority” for the Miami Dolphins.
Walker adds that the Dolphins would like a “more dynamic player” opposite of Reshad Jones next season next season and refers to Clemons as “just average.”
Clemons, 28, signed a one-year contract worth $2.75 million with the Dolphins last season...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that the Dolphins re-signed FS Chris Clemons to a one-year contract.
Clemons, 27, was a big contributor for the Dolphins this season. He tallied 99 tackles and two interceptions while playing in all 16 games.
Miami seems likely to lose free agent CB Sean Smith, but keeping Clemons at least maintains some stability in their secondary.
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Wednesday after having Tuesday off. According to Coach Philbin, the Dolphins came out sluggish (maybe too much partying at the Clevelender??). Anyway, here are some of the notable tidbits from Dolphins practice on Wednesday: - Chris Clemons and Clyde Gates both returned to practice, but both [...]