The Houston Texans will look a lot different in 2016, primarily in the backfield.
Joining quarterback Brock Osweiler in Houston will be running back Lamar Miller, per a league source.
Miller will sign a four-year deal, worth $26 million. Of that amount, $14 million is fully guaranteed at signing.
He had an opportunity to sign with another team at a $7 million annual average, but on a five-year deal. Miller opted for the shorter contract.
Miller, who has spent all four career seasons with the Dolphins, has said he wants to average 20 touches per game. The investment suggests the Texans are willing to give him that shot.