Tyson Clabo's 2013 season: First 6 games: 8 sacks allowed, -14.5 @PFF grade. Last 9 games: 3 sacks allowed, +9.0 grade— Pete Damilatis (@PFF_Pete) July 23, 2014
It stood to reason the Texans would make a move to address their depth at tackle in the wake of Brennan Williams' release. While Derek Newton is still the starter at RT, it remains to be seen whether Clabo will push Newton for the starting gig or simply serve as a swing tackle, backing up both Newton and Duane Brown.
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UPDATE: Mark Berman fills us in on the terms of Clabo's deal (though we still don't know how much is guaranteed):
New Texans offensive tackle Tyson Clabo gets $2.4 million over two years.— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) July 23, 2014
UPDATE II: Even more specifics on Clabo's contract.
Tyson Clabo deal two years, $2.4 million, $200K signing bonus salaries $900K a year, $5K per-game active roster bonus '14, $20K per game '15— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) July 29, 2014