In free agency, Texans have Plan B ready

By John McClain

As the Texans approached the start of free agency, they knew there was a chance they would not be able to land New England left tackle Nate Solder even though he would have solved their biggest need. The Texans had a Plan B prepared in case they didn’t get Solder, who’s going to the New York Giants on a four-year, $62 million contract, according to multiple reports.


Source: Houston Chronicle Sports

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