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Texans work out Jon Condo, Kevin Bowen

9 monthes ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Texans auditioned long snapper Jon Condo and offensive lineman Kevin Bowen on Tuesday, as Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle writes in a pair of articles. Houston already employs Jon Weeks - who made the Pro Bowl as recently as 2015 - so it's unclear if the club is seeking to replace Weeks, or simply taking a look at Condo for possible depth down the line. Weeks, who has been with the Texans since 2010, signed a four-year, $3.9M extension in 2015 that will keep him under contract through 2019. Houston could conceivably release Weeks, as it would only incur a $100K dead money charge...
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