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Texans continue their push to trade QB Matt Schaub

The Houston Texans are trying to get rid of quarterback Matt Schaub, preferably via trade. Schaub has a $14.5 million cap hit and the amount of teams that could afford to take him on is small. The Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns are two teams that need a quarterback and could afford to take on his salary and according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Texans are continuing to push for a trade.

The Texans could be looking to address the quarterback position in the draft, or Rapoport is suggesting they’re interested in Jets’ quarterback Mark Sanchez.

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  • Fred

    I doubt he will be traded at that salary. Way too much. Better to wait until he’s cut, and then make a separate deal at Texans expense. Cleveland seems like a good fit. They have a terrible record at selecting good QBs (not being sarcastic…it’s true) and they have a lot of cap space this year, plus a QB need.

  • Antwain Chef Bones Curtis Sr.

    This trade is idiotic for anybody cap space or not he’s not better than vick or freeman reggie dont be an idiot please