Source says former Gator Grossman to Texans
HOUSTON (AP) - A person familiar with the negotiations says the
Houston Texans have agreed to a deal with former Florida Gator quarterback Rex Grossman.
The person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the
agreement had not yet been announced, said Grossman is expected to
sign after passing a physical.
Grossman, an unrestricted free agent, led the Chicago Bears to
the NFC championship in 2006. The 28-year-old will compete with
Alex Brink to be Houston's third quarterback behind starter Matt
Schaub and Dan Orlovsky, who spent last season in Detroit.
Grossman has spent his six-year career in Chicago, where he had
33 touchdowns and 35 interceptions.
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