The Houston Texans finally decided to cut ties with safety Danieal Manning on Monday afternoon, a move that has been rumored dating back to January.
There was a report circulating last week suggesting that Manning and the Texans had reworked his contract (which is why it likely took so long for the team to release Manning) but that report proved to be in error and the Texans parted ways with the veteran safety today.
So what’s next for the soon-to-be 32-year-old? Well, according to Around The League and Ian Rapoport, it’s possible Manning could sign with the Dallas Cowboys.
Great minds… RT
@NFL_ATL: Texans release vet safety Danieal Manning. Might he stay in Lone Star State with Cowboys?
It should be noted that the idea of Manning playing for the Cowboys is merely educated speculation given their need and Manning’s potential desire to remain in Texas.
Still, the Cowboys could certainly do worse than Manning in their secondary.