Here is the light day of movement for the Houston Texans in day three of free agency.
- NFLPA records has the Texans cap space at $12,252,626.00 as of this evening.
- Joe Mays who signed with the Kansas City Chiefs had this to say about the process landing with them.
“There was interest from a couple of teams, including Houston; they wanted to bring me back in, but I felt like it was a good situation in Kansas City. I know about the fan base, from playing against these guys, twice a year, with me being in Denver, so, it’s just a good place to play ball and just knowing the coaches and getting a chance to meet them and talk to them, they’re serious about ball; they love ball, but it’s also a family atmosphere. That was something that I wanted to be a part of and I know my family will love it out there too, so it was just an easy decision for me.” (Joe Mays)
- The Washington Redskins added former inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton to their team with a 1 year contract. Sharpton will officially sign his deal on Friday with the Redskins.
- The Texans re-signed one of their own free agents on bringing back tight end Garrett Graham. Graham had this to say about returning to Houston,
“It’s very exciting, my wife and I, we’re glad we can stay in Houston. We love it here and I’m looking forward to getting back to work and a new start with Coach O’Brien.”
The biggest take out of Graham was saying that he will be the “move tight end” for O’Brien’s offense, and called it the H-Back roll.
“He wants to use me as more of a move tight end, an H-back. I’m excited about that.”
Graham signed a three year deal for $11.25 million with $4.5 guaranteed, his first year counts as $3.25 million against the 2014 salary cap.