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Clemons, 28, had started 46 games over the past four seasons in Miami. He was our highest-ranked safety left on the market.
It's no surprise that Clemons landed in Houston, as he has ties to new director of pro personnel Brian Gaine from their Dolphins days.
Clemons' salary is similar to what Manning was offered in a pay cut, per Ganguli. It's not clear if the restructured deal is still available to Manning.
It's a good bet that at least one member of this safety group won't be on the roster by Week 1.