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Head Coach: Bill O’Brien - $5,000,000
Offensive Coordinator: Jeremy Bates - $2,500,000
Defensive Coordinator: Romeo Crennel - $2,500,000

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League Salary Cap: $178,000,000
Current Team Salary Cap: $154,750,424
Dead Money: $15,387,504
Over/Under: $7,862,072
Players: 53
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Draft Selections
3.95 - Deon Cain (Clemson) WR - $676,965
5.139 - Antonio Callaway (Florida) WR - $560,725
5.147 - Tegray Scales (Indiana) OLB - $554,825
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DE - Muhammad Wilkerson - $12,500,000
CB - Aaron Colvin - $8,500,000
S - Kenny Vaccaro - $6,500,000
OG - Patrick Omameh - $6,500,000
RB - Isaiah Crowell - $4,250,000
S - Jimmie Ward - $2,600,000
K - Stephen Gostkowski - $1,250,000
CB - Jonathan Joseph - $755,000
ILB - Brian Cushing - $700,000
OG - Jeff Allen - $700,000
OC - Greg Mancz - $700,000
TE - Ryan Griffin - $700,000
RB - Doug Martin - $555,000
QB - Matt Schaub - $555,000
OT - Greg Robinson - $555,000
S - Eddie Pleasant - $555,000
P - Thomas Morstead - $555,000
OG - Mark Glowinski - $555,000
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March 5th
TE - MyCole Pruitt - $630,000
34DT - Darius Kilgo - $630,000
WR - DeAndrew White - $630,000
WR - Cobi Hamilton - $630,000
WR - Chris Thompson - $555,000
34DE - Marcus Hardison - $555,000
WR - Deante Gray - $480,666 - $1,334
TE - Ryan Malleck - $480,000
TE - Zach Conque - $480,000
TE - Jevoni Robinson - $480,000
WR - Montay Crockett - $480,000
OLB - Kennan Gilchrist - $480,000
CB - Bryce Jones - $480,000
CB - Josh Thornton - $480,000CB - Dee Virgin - $480,000

March 6th
CB - Kareem Jackson - $9,000,000 - $2,250,000
ILB - Brian Cushing - $8,840,625 - $1,200,000
OG - Jeff Allen - $7,375,000 - $2,500,000

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TE - Ryan Griffin - $2,468,750
OT - Derek Newton - $3,500,000 - $750,000 (June 1st cut)
LS - Jon Weeks - $965,000 - $50,000 (June 1st cut)

March 22nd
RB - Troymaine Pope - $555,000
DE - Matthew Godin - $482,666 - $5,334
OT - David Quessenberry - $480,000
OT - Jake Rodgers - $480,000

March 23rd
S - Kurtis Drummond - $630,000
OG - Chad Slade - $555,000
DT - Chunky Clements - $555,000
OLB - LaTroy Lewis - $555,000
OLB - Gimel President - $555,000

March 27th
S - Ka'imi Fairbairn - $557,500 - $2,500
RB - Tyler Ervin - $766,892 - $273,784

April 13th
WR - Cobi Hamilton - $630,000 - $0

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Chris Harris Jr.

The Texans had one of the worst secondaries in the league last year. The addition of Harris gives this defense the lock-down corner its been missing since we let AJ Bouye walk in free agency. Furthermore, this should allow out talented pass-rushers a little more time to get to the QB.

Dez Bryant

It's been well documented that Dez hasn't been performing as well the past two seasons with Dak as he did with Tony Romo for the first six seasons of his career. But you'd be kidding yourself if you thought Dez wasn't one of the top 10 best WRs in the league. Lining him up opposite criminally underrated DeAndre Hopkins (and alongside Will Fuller) is the stuff of nightmares. Deshaun Watson, consider yourself lavished with weapons.

Jake Matthews

According to most sources the Texans had the worst offensive line in the league, so obviously that's something we wanted to address. Jake Matthews has done what few lineman can boast, be drafted early, and develop into a top talent. Who wouldn't want to secure one of the most important positions in the game with a guy like Jake Matthews? Given his skills, and the fact he's only 26 years of age, he's well worth his $12,496,000 contract. Deshaun Watson, consider yourself protected.

Vadal Alexander

What do you look for in a lineman? Youth, experience and durability. Well Vadal Alexander hits all three of those criteria and he's on a cap-friendly contract. At the least we expect Alexander to be in the rotation at either guard or right tackle; and he may even wind up being a starter. IRL I think he could be a Pro-Bowl lineman within a couple years.

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Muhammad Wilkerson
With the departure of Hall of Fame pass rusher J.J. Watt earlier in the off-season we were in search of a defensive end who could provide some juice in the pass rush department, while also contributing to stopping the run. At 315 pounds Wilkerson will continue to free up Whitney Mercilus and Jadeveon Clowney off the edge. While his veteran leadership will aid the development of three up and coming defensive ends (Carlos Watkins, Joel Heath, Christian Covington).

Aaron Colvin
Colvin was one of the leagues best tackling slot cornerbacks in 2017, a trait that GM JasonBourne values tremendously. Flanked by Chris Harris Jr. and Kevin Johnson, and supported by what management promises will be a flexible group of safeties Colvin should have ample opportunity to shine in Romeo Crennel's defense. At only 26 years of age we believe Colvin can provide top level defensive back play for years to come.

Patrick Omameh
One of the leagues worst offensive lines in 2017 continues its rebuild with the addition of Patrick Omameh. Omameh has started in 45 games in the last four seasons for the Jaguars, Bears and Buccaneers. At 330 pounds he'll provide some meat up front to protect Deshaun Watson, while also being a road-grader in the run game.
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Isaiah Crowell & Doug Martin
The Texans are thrilled to be adding a running back of Isaiah Crowell's caliber to this offensive juggernaut. Crowell has seen his carries increase every season of his four year career (148,185, 198 and most recently 206), and has maintained a respectable 4.2 ypc. Although this administration had toyed with the idea of having second year back D'Onta Foreman lead the running backs in 2018, these signings will ease the transition for the young kid. Some may question whether Crowell will be as effective when not running behind what was a quality Browns offensive line. Nonsense!!! Not only are the Texans proud of their offensive line upgrades, we'd ask what would Crowell had been able to do with an electric quarterback and dynamic receivers? We can't wait to go three wide with receivers DeAndre Hopkins, Dez Bryant and Will Fuller: Throw Eric Ebron in at tight end and watch the holes open up inside for the Crow.

Although the Muscle Hamster Doug Martin has struggled statistically in the past two season its obvious his head wasn't in the right place. Which came to a crux in 2016 when he tested positive for Adderall, voiding him of $15 million in guaranteed money. On a minimum contract the 29 year old Martin will battle second year back D'Onta Foreman for the second string role in this explosive offense behind Isaiah Crowell. We are thrilled to have signed this two time 1,400 yard rusher.

Kenny Vaccaro & Jimmie Ward
Although Kenny Vaccaro was somewhat inconsistent in his tenure with the Saints, he has to take some of credit in being one of the key factors in the resurgent Saints defense in 2017. Vaccaro will start alongside Andre Hal, with Jimmie Ward providing coverage flexibility to play as a safety, or come down into the box to cover tight ends and running backs: A vital role in modern defenses.

Greg Robinson
Yes I did it, I signed the draft bust. But guess what?? He'll only be 25 years of age this season, on a minimum deal, and a backup right tackle, or guard. I haven't given up on him yet!


Stephen Gostkowski & Thomas Morstead
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Offense

Matt Schaub makes his return to Houston following his ugly departure from the club four seasons ago. The veteran Schaub has been backing up Matt Ryan the past two seasons and we are hopeful he can be a mentor to both Deshaun Watson and prospect Taylor Heinicke. Tight end Ryan Griffin returns to the club having lost fellow tight end C. J.Fiedorowicz to retirement. Eric Ebron will be the de-facto starter, but Griffin will certainly be part of the rotation. OC Greg Mancz and OG Jeff Allen will provide depth along the offensive line. Allen in particular is a magnificent capture, having started 62 times in the 70 games he's dressed for.

Defense

Ultimatley Brian Cushing just couldn't bring himself to play anywhere but Texas. The Texans all-time leading tackler will provide depth at a loaded inside linebacking core that includes Zach Cunningham, Benardrick McKinney and Dylan Cole. Also returning to the fold is veteran corner Jonathan Joseph who will compete with youngster Kevin Johnson for the starting role opposite Chris Harris Jr.; while Aaron Colvin will reside in the slot. Eddie Pleasant is a name few would recognize, but is one of my favorites on the roster and we are thrilled to having him back for 2018. His ability to come down into the box, cover and tackle gives the rest of the defense a lot more flexibility.
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