John McClain wrote in the blog post for the Chronicle:
“Braman, a three-year restricted free agent who wasn’t made a qualifying offer by the Texans, agreed to a two-year, $3.1 million contract with the Eagles (Wednesday).”
He is the seventh former Texans player on the Eagles’ roster.
Braman was one of the better special teams players for the Texans, so he will be really missed by the team in that aspect.
He made eight tackles last season, and in four years with the Texans he has 36 total tackles as he played college football for West Texas A&M.
In 2011 Braman had a half of sack and in 2012 scored his only NFL touchdown.
The Texans didn’t have a need to play a special teams player $3.1 million like the Eagles just did, but good for Braman and the best of luck to him.
Now it is time for the Texans to find the next Braman and see if he can have the same type of special teams success as the former Texans outside linebacker.
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