William Henderson could be released...

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  1. ThaShark316

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    Would'nt surprise me either....I really do hope we keep Leach...
     
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    Leach seems like a younger Henderson so I hope they make the right decision and keep the younger one
     
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    Why don't we have leach inked yet? Didn't he prove himself last year, I know Dayne was running well behind the holes he was opening up. If this team is serious about keeping young talent with a vision on the future you would think Leach would already be signed, not a 36 year old FB
     
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    Leach signed a RFA tender, but right now every other team has a chance to sign him, if no one is interested the Texans will get him. If someone gives him an offer though, the Texans can match the deal. Unless there is a crazy offer for him i think the Texans will match it.
     
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    Good fullbacks are hard to find. Since most fullbacks start out as halfbacks, the transition can be tough. Its not a very glamorous position anymore.
     

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