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Pierre Thomas turned down a contract worth 870,000 dollars with the Texans

Texans were unable to sign former Saints running back Pierre Thomas

Texans were unable to sign former Saints running back Pierre Thomas

The Houston Texans need a running back ever since Arian Foster went down with a groin injury. The team was hoping to sign former New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas, but that did not come to a reality. Thomas arrived in Houston for a work-out and killed it.  He even received a contract offer from the Texans, but according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Thomas turned it down.

Not after contract negotiations broke down with Thomas, a veteran former New Orleans Saints starter, when sources with knowledge of the situation not authorized to speak publicly said that he declined a veteran minimum offer of $870,000 with discussions possibly being revisited later.

For a guy that is jobless and has an opportunity to start for the Texans, was this the right move? I am not sure, because the Texans have a glaring need at the running back position.

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