As NFL rosters continue to get juggled a week before the start of the regular season, the Houston Texans are interested in adding a couple of high-profile players.
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Texans still have interest in former Bills defensive end Aaron Schobel. Although Schobel says he’s retired, the Texans may be hoping they can make him an offer to get him to reconsider.
McClain also reports, as we’ve noted previously, that the Texans are interested in free agent quarterback Matt Leinart. In Houston Leinart wouldn’t have any chance of unseating starter Matt Schaub, but perhaps once he learns the offense he could move ahead of Dan Orlovsky as the No. 2.
Per McClain, the Texans would probably bring back John David Booty if they don’t acquire Leinart.