First, it appears the Texans have already signed two (2) of the players they drafted just a few days ago:
Texans did a four-year, $2.265 million deal for free safety Lonnie Ballentine (Mr. Irrelevant), including $45,896 signing bonus— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) May 14, 2014
That was quick, wasn't it? On the other end of the spectrum, the Texans also cut six (6) players this afternoon:
Texans waived RB Ray Graham, TE Phillip Supernaw, RB Chad Spann, WR Rico Richardson, CB Loyce Means, and S Steven Terrell.
Impacts: Graham was signed as a priority undrafted free agent by Gary Kubiak's Texans last April before getting the ax in late August and landing on the practice squad. He rushed for eight yards on four carries as a rookie. Graham should be able to latch on with a team this summer. Supernaw made one appearance in 2013.
Best wishes to those gentlemen as they look to continue their professional football careers. Kudos to the first person who can figure out a logical way to tie Andre Johnson's unhappiness into these transactions.