Texans Free Agency: Where Do The Rest of Houston's Free Agents Sit?

Now that Mario Williams signed with Buffalo, what's going on with the rest of Houston's free agents?

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Chris Myers - In Tennessee, though since the Titans just spent big on Steve Hutchinson, I wonder if they'll pony up for a center too. Probably the only FA on this list that may come back to Houston.

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Mike Brisiel - Taking a visit to Oakland, doesn't sound like coming back to Houston is a priority.

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Joel Dreessen - Visiting with the Saints, among others

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Neil Rackers - No visits or anything. Just waiting around until the kcikrs all decide to sign with new teams and confuse every fantasy football owner in the world.

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Jason Allen - Ditto on Allen, who has no visits lined up right now. Might have to wait until after the draft to find a new home.

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John McClain blames it all on the salary cap, saying Houston is in "salary cap hell," because of repeated restructurings. Oh, and he also says the Texans will work on long-term deals for Connor Barwin and Duane Brown. And that they're not cutting Jacoby Jones any time soon, just to throw some more bad news in with the good.

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For more Texans free agency news, check out our StoryStream here. For general Texans news, check out Battle Red Blog and for up-to-date rumors from around the NFL, check out SB Nation's NFL site.

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