Report: : The Houston Texans sign their Offensive Lineman.

REPORT: The Houston Texans have restructured the contract of its offensive lineman.
The Houston Texans began today with $21.6 million in cap space and have opted to renegotiate their offensive lineman’s deal.

The Houston Texans have modified the contract of its offensive linemen.
According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Texans altered Tytus Howard’s deal, converting $12.875 million of his basic salary into a signing bonus, adding two vacant years, and freeing up $10.3 million in cap space. The Texans should have around $31.9 million in cap space, according to Over The Cap.

As a result, his basic pay falls from $14 million to $1.125 million, and his cap number falls from $18.705 million to $8.045 million in 2024.

Finally, his $12.875 million signing bonus will be split evenly over the following five years, totaling $2.575 million. His contract restructuring adds two vacant years, so he will have a $5.15 million dead cap charge when he becomes an unrestricted free agency in 2027.

Tytus Howard agreed to a three-year contract deal during the 2023 offseason.
On July 26, 2023, the Texans and Howard agreed to a three-year contract deal for $56 million.

Following Howard’s re-signing, General Manager Nick Caserio lauded him as a fine player.

“Tytus has been a good player for the last number of years,” he remarked. “… It was a pleasure dealing with his staff and his representation.”


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