Houston Texans: 10 players who could be gone in 2016

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Nov 16, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Houston Texans tight end Garrett Graham (88) scores a touchdown past Cleveland Browns free safety Tashaun Gipson (39) during the second quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Garrett Graham, Tight End

When Bill O’Brien got to Houston, he tried to change the culture. A lot of the previous fixtures on offense were let go and new blood was supposed to step up. One such situation where this was evident was when O’Brien released veteran tight end Owen Daniels.

The long-time starter was still effective, but missed 11 games in 2013 so the Texans turned to the younger player with upside in Garrett Graham.

Graham has been an absolute bust since then. In 2014 he recorded just 18 receptions for 197 yards and one touchdown. Those numbers look amazing when put against his 2015 stats, which would be a dismal four receptions for 30 yards and one touchdown.

The team has turned to Ryan Griffin as the main man at the tight end position and it looks as if Graham’s tenure in Houston is coming to an end.

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