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Texans definitely interested in Schobel

Posted on: August 7, 2010 4:12 pm
 
Posted by Josh Katzowitz

While Andy has been pretty relentless in calling out the Bills front office for releasing DE Aaron Schobel and not getting anything in return for him, the Texans might be the ones who are the recipient of Buffalo’s gift.

Houston owner Bob McNair has said he’s interested in obtaining the lineman who, mind you, recorded 10 sacks last season.

“(General manager) Rick (Smith) is talking with our coaches, and they’re evaluating things and trying to determine exactly what role a player like Aaron would fill,” McNair told the Houston Chronicle . “We all respect him. He’s a good player, and I’ve always admired the way he plays the game. He’s certainly played hard every time he’s played against us. He’s got a great reputation around the league. I think anybody would be happy to have him.”

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Since: Nov 30, 2008
Posted on: August 8, 2010 12:02 pm
 

Texans definitely interested in Schobel

The bills need to clean house, schobel is on the downside and what would they really get for him at this point. I'm a huge bills fan but be realistic-not a big market for schobel, a late round draft pick that wouldnt make the team anyway. Cut him loose early and let him sign on with another team if he doesnt fit your team anymore.


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