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Houston Texans and Bradley Roby Agree to 3-Year, $36 Million Deal

The Houston Texans have agreed to a three-year, $36 million deal with cornerback Bradley Roby according to multiple sources.

Roby, 28, signed a one-year contract with the Texans last offseason and used his one year to leverage a long term contract with the team. He had eight passes defended and two interceptions for Houston last season.

In his six-year career, he spent five years with the Broncos before joining the Texans. He has 68 passes defended and eight interceptions in his time as a pro.

Houston had issues in their secondary last season, but Roby played well. Now, the team will have to try to find help around him.

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