Rosey's Got Something to Prove
took awhile, but the Texans found a way to bolster their outside
linebacker position and add a little more pass rushing ability when
they signed Rosevelt Colvin to a three-year contract on June 16.
deal took about two solid weeks to negotiate, but it's a winner
for both player and team, worth $1 million guaranteed and $8.529
million if played to expiration. It's wonderfully cap friendly and
yet goosed with enough rewards should Colvin prove his thirtysomething
body can still play like a twentysomething.
boy, let's hope he does prove it. Colvin wears two Super Bowl rings
as a member of the Patriots, and while he missed time last season
with a foot injury, it was the only five games he had missed in
his last four seasons.
Colvin's deal inked, the Texans next turned their attention toward
getting their draft picks signed. The team has signed their last
two selections, S Dominique Barber and QB Alex Brink, and they will
likely continue working their way up to first round tackle Duane
Brown within the next month, hoping to get him under contract before
the opening of training camp.
as is being discussed in our message
boards, the Texans have possibly opened up negotiations with
DeMeco Ryans regarding a contract extension. Ryans has one year
left on the contract he signed as a rookie and ohbytheway has significantly
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