Two members of the Houston Texans defense are generating buzz in the free-agent agent market.
A source said that inside linebacker Tim Dobbins has received interest from four teams while three squads have given feelers to cornerback Brice McCain.
The Texans have interest in re-signing both players, the source said.
Dobbins, 30, has spent the past two seasons with the Texans serving predominantly as the teamís top backup at both ILB spots. Dobbins started six games last season before landing on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
McCain, who served as Houstonís slot cornerback, also landed on IR with a late-season foot injury. McCain, 26, has four interceptions in 56 career games with six starts.