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As expected, Ed Reed signs with Houston Texans

Ed Reed after Super Bowl XLVII (photo by Au Kirk via wikipedia commons)

Ed Reed, the heart and soul of the Baltimore Ravens defensive backfield, has signed a three-year, $15 million contract with the Houston Texans.

The 34-year-old Reed was a nine-time Pro Bowl player with the Ravens.

The 2013  Champions have been losing players since winning the Super Bowl in February.

Reed’s career totals includes 160 games, 6 sacks, 61 interceptions and 7 interceptions returned for touchdowns.

In the playoffs, Reed has played 11 games and has 9 intereceptions.

Houston Texans give extensions to key personnel


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The Houston Texans, coming off their first playoff season in team history, have announced contract extensions for general manager Rick Smith, through 2016 and head coach Gary Kubiak, through 2014.

They’ve also signed their first round draft pick, outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus of the University of Illinois, to a four-year contract.


Info courtesy of the NFL & the Houston Texans

Bengals keep Nelson, sign free agent CB Jason Allen


Reggie Nelson (Bengals media guide photo)

Jason Allen (Texans media guide photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals have strengthened their defensive backfield by signing free agent cornerback Jason Allen from the Houston Texans.

The team has also re-signed safety Reggie Nelson, who was one of their unrestricted free agents.

Allen was signed just in case their top cornerback Leon Hall isn’t ready for preseason camp. Hall is recovering from a torn left Achilles tendon.

Allen played in all 18 games for Houston and also in their playoff game against the Bengals back in January. He intercepted four passes last season. Allen was the Miami Dolphins first-round pick in 2006 and joined the Texans in 2011.

Nelson is one of Cincinnati’s playmakers on defense. Last season, he led the team with four interceptions.

2012 will be his third season with the Bengals.


Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Radio & TV news

Bengals & Texans hooking up on Sunday; Teams protect their QB’s but sack opposing passers at will

There’s going to be a defensive struggle in Cincinnati on Sunday, as the Houston Texans of the AFC South plays the Bengals of the AFC North.

The Texans rank third and Cincinnati fourth in sacks allowed. Houston has given up 19 sacks and the Bengals have allowed quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Bruce Gradkowski to be put on the turf just 20 times.

Both teams allowed three sacks last week.

Houston is tied for second in the NFL with 35 sacks on defense, while Cincinnati is tied for the fourth-highest sack total with 31.


Info compiled from NFL, Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals news

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Texas A&M fires Mike Sherman


Mike Sherman (Packers photo)

Texas A&M has fired head coach Mike Sherman after the Aggies finished the regular season, a disappointing 6-6.

The 56-year-old Sherman was just 25-25 in four seasons at the College Station, Texas school.

Sherman had three years left on his contract with a buyout of around $5.8 million.

Sherman has coached at several colleges and universities in college football: Pittsburgh, Tulane, Holy Cross and UCLA. In the pros, he has coached for Green Bay twice, Seattle and Houston Texans.


Info compiled from Texas A&M, Radio, TV & College Football news

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