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Texans work out Jon Condo, Kevin Bowen

Posted On: May 17, 2018   |   Posted 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 for doing so.Condo, for his part, reached free agency in March after spending 11 seasons with the Raiders. Oakland opted to sign Andrew DePaola to replace Condo, who ranked just 28th among 33 qualified long snappers in accuracy, per Austin Gayle of Pro Football Focus. Condo has earned two Pro Bowl nods during his career, although the most recent came back in 2011.Bowen, meanwhile, was an undrafted free agent o

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