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His trading deadline is October 31st, but the possibilities of him being traded are looking like it’s not happening and frankly, when you take into consideration what the O-Line looks like, that’s good for the Texans team.
Today, the Texans left tackle Duane Brown, #76, returned after his hold out ends. “I’m just ready to get back on the field with my brothers,” Brown said, via

It’s believed that Brown’s holdout was so he could renegotiate his contract giving him more guaranteed money and since he has two more seasons to worry about and although his contract is said to play him $19.5 million, that’s not guaranteed monies.
Duane Brown had to come back by the bye-week so he could earn the accrued part of his contract and in order to receive that he needed to be active for six games this season.
“It’s my 10th year doing this, so I’m very familiar with what I need to do in order to be out there and be productive and be efficient,” Brown said. “I’m in shape. So it’s just getting caught up to speed on the plays and terminology and I’ll be good.”
If the Texans add him to their active rooster then he’ll be on the field to play against the Seattle Seahawks- one of the teams that showed some interest him in.

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