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Houston Texans find Arian Foster back-up

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Houston Texans have made an important move Monday as they increased their offensive depth in the tailback position with the recruitment of running-back Andre Brown.

Brown had a solid season last year as he gained just under 600 all purpose yards in only eight games for the shocking New York Giants. 

The move will act as a huge boost for the Texans after they allowed former back-up running-back Ben Tate to hit free agency. 

Current starting running-back Arian Foster had plenty of injury issues last season, so a quality back-up was needed for Houston to rebound from an awful 2013 campaign. 

NFL reporter John McClain posted on Twitter today

"Texans agree with RB Andre Brown. Andre Brown signed one year for minimum $645,000," he said. 

When you consider that Brown only played half of the season last campaign, his production was hugely impressive. 

This means that the Texans have got a complete an utter steal in signing him if he is to repeat that production for only $645,000 in 2014. 

However, he has only played 22 games in four seasons, which suggests that he might not be able to cope with the demand of the NFL. 

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