Texans add linebacker Danny Clark

Bolstering a linebacking corps that took a hit when Brian Cushing was suspended for the first four games of the season, the Houston Texans have picked up free agent Danny Clark.

Fox 31 in Houston reports that the Texans have reached a contract agreement with Clark.

Clark previously played for the Texans in 2007. He’s been with the Giants the last two years, starting 11 games in 2009. The 33-year-old Clark has also played for the Jaguars, Raiders and Saints.

7 responses to “Texans add linebacker Danny Clark

  1. Clark could not be contacted for comment at the motel he has lived in for the past 10 years.

  2. I stand by my previous comments about how we sign SHITTY free agents.
    Danny Clark sucked 2 years ago. He’s worse now. You just stuck your neck out a little farther on the guillotine block, Rick Smith.
    God dammit.

  3. nice guy, has his heart in the right place… but he sucks. addition by subtraction for the G-men.

  4. His first season with the Giants Clark was a solid 2 down linebacker. Last season he clearly lost a step and was part of the reason for the Giants defensive collapse.

  5. arent all the good players on that team because of charlie,they better get back on the horn with nfl network and kiss major butt,they need a GM real,real bad

  6. Wow – That;s awesome!!!! Only because I thought he was still on the Giants!
    WooHoo! Big Blue D just got better!

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