Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by IDEXAN, Mar 10, 2014.
He contacted my place of work asking about a Wisconsin or Texans logo on our product. This was last week so I think he's staying.
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If a team lets their player hit free agency it's less likely he'll return. We'll see what the market bears.
Should we have a thread for potential signees?
There is a potential free agents thread.
John McClain ‏@McClain_on_NFL 25s
Garrett Graham agrees to deal Texans.
Dave Zangaro ‏@DZangaro 1m
It's a three-year deal for Graham, who remains in Houston. #Texans
Tania Ganguli ‏@taniaganguli 1m
Graham becomes the first player the #Texans have signed or re-signed since the new league year opened.
I like Graham...I think more than a lot of people...
But I don't know if I'd have brought him back...Guess it depends on the price...I'm guessing it's a bargain...
Graham and Griffin at least sounds cooler than Gronkowski and Hernandez
Do yall think we still go after a TE in the draft now that we have resigned him or do you think this ends that talk of ASJ or Jace Amaro entirely?
Evan Silva ‏@evansilva · 1h
#Texans second-year TE Ryan Griffin has far more upside than Garrett Graham, who is small, slow, and can't block.
Depends on how the draft falls. If there are no TEs taken in the 1st, then maybe they will take their pick. Amaro and ASJ could go late 1st, in which case I think we pass, since there are only a handful of TEs worth of a 1-4 round pick this year.
I think they will get an OT at 2-1 if there isn't a run on the position at the end of the 1st, and we don't pick up a decent on in free agency.
These are the points I posted in the past and found many on the other side of the argument. I believe that outside of a cheap acquisition, it will not prove to be a particularly productive one.
Dave Zangaro ‏@DZangaro
Mark Berman ‏@MarkBermanFox26
Graham costs less than Daniels and I suspect that the coaches expect Griffin to leap over him on the depth chart anyway. They'll go get another good prospect in the latter half of the draft and go from there. That's what I think.
Graham & Griffin, Attorneys at Law
Good. Graham was a solid contributor. Glad to have him back.
Graham, Griffin & Niklas/Fiedorowicz sounds more intimidating.
Basically a 1 year deal if needed, like it.
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