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Tyson Clabo, Houston Texans agree to contract terms

The Houston Texans have added a body along the offensive line.

The agent for Tyson Clabotweeted that the free-agent tackle agreed to a deal with the team on Wednesday.

It's hardly an impact signing for the Texans, but we'll take it as a sign that Houston is less than enamored with the prospect of relying on Derek Newton from wire to wire. The 26-year-old Newton struggled mightily last season despite starting all 16 games for the two-win Texans.

Clabo was equally disjointed in Miami last season, finally coming on down the stretch after flatlining early in the year for a moribund Dolphins line.

After starting every game for the Falcons between 2008 and 2012, Clabo brings a veteran presence to Bill O'Brien's new offense. Still, we're not entirely convinced he even makes the roster.

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