Shaq Mason finalizing three-year extension with Texans

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The Texans and Shaq Mason are dotting the I’s and T’s on a contract extension for the offensive guard.

Mason will sign a three-year, $36 million contract that includes $22 million guaranteed, according to Gilmore’s agent, Deryk Gilmore of Day 1 Sports and Entertainment.

The Texans traded with the Buccaneers for Mason in March to solidify the right guard position. Kenyon Green, a first-round pick in 2022, is at left guard.

Mason started all 17 games in his one season in Tampa, playing 99 percent of the Bucs’ offensive snaps.

He was a fourth-round pick of the Patriots in 2015 when Texans General Manager Nick Caserio was in New England.

Mason, who won two Super Bowls with the Patriots, has appeared in 120 games, starting 115.

4 responses to “Shaq Mason finalizing three-year extension with Texans

  1. BB possibly did it again. Unloaded a chip and drafted youth and lower cost.

    We’ll see if Tyquan Thornton will have been worth extra trade chip to move up in 2022 after unloading Mason because they have superb Onwenu (‘20 draft, 6th rd).

  2. B.B sucks as a general manager and without Brady is average as a coach,he needs to be gone,try to get those wins elsewere if Patriots want to compete for more playoffs in the future,cause now they’re compete for 3rd or 4th in their division,with that move he did last year of a defensive guy in charge of the offense and all the bust he done in the draft any other general manager,coach would be gone

  3. The Texans low key have a VERY GOOD offensive line. Stroud will have plenty of time to throw. Zero excuses.

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