Yesterday, it was a practice squad addition at wide receiver. Today, it's a new defensive tackle for the active roster. The Houston Texans have poached Brandon Dunn from the Bears' practice squad. Aaron Wilson reports:
Dunn played in three games for the Bears as a rookie last year, recording three tackles and one pass breakup after going undrafted out of Louisville.
The 6-2, 300-pound Kentucky native started 30 games in four seasons at Louisville where he registered 101 career tackles, three sacks, nine for losses, two fumble recoveries and two pass deflections.
I believe this means the Texans will have to release someone on their current roster to make room for Dunn. Any ideas who it could be?
UPDATE: The identify of the player released to make room for Dunn is now known.
UPDATE II: The details of Dunn's deal with Houston:
Defensive tackle Brandon Dunn two-year Texans deal is worth $960,000: $360,000 for remainder of this season, $600,000 in 2016— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) October 15, 2015
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