Seantrel Henderson and Senio Kelemete were supposed to be part of the Texans’ newly rebuilt offensive line last year. Unfortunately, the Texans never really got a chance to see what Seantrel Henderson could do for the team since he suffered a season-ending injury in the first game of the season.
So in what can be considered effectively a do-over contract, the Texans have inked Henderson to a one-year deal after his previous one year, $4 million contract expired at the end of the Texans’ season earlier this month.
Texans re-sign Seantrel Henderson https://t.co/PtLGZyXzI1— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 19, 2019
If Henderson can remain healthy, and that is a pretty big if at this point, he could potentially solve the headache that has been Houston’s right tackle position.
It also frees up a bit of draft capital so the Texans can potentially focus on other, higher, priorities during the 2019 NFL Draft , like, say, a left tackle or a cornerback.
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