Houston Texans: Defensive End


2014 NFL Draft

Defensive end Jared Crick officially ended his tenure with the Texans, signing a 2-year, $4 million contract with the Denver Broncos; a move that makes it sound like Crick wanted a spot on Denver’s roster in the FA. The contract isn’t a pay day (Denver can’t offer any more of those), and the Texans could have matched, but an over-payment was likely if they wanted to hang on.

Crick joins a former coaching staff that picked him up and reared him in his rookie years – Bill Kollar, Defensive Line Coach, Wade Phillips, Defensive Coordinator, and Gary Kubiak, Head Coach, and he’s headed to a defense where he’ll fit pretty comfortably in a spot left open by the departure of star DE Malik Jackson. Crick’s talent isn’t comparable – he’s certainly a downgrade, but he can fill the hole, and that’s what Denver can afford right now, with their current…

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