The Houston Texans To Re-Sign Eric Lee

Due to a "failure to disclose a physical condition" the Houston Texans waived Eric Lee, now they are set to re-sign him.

Less than a day after the Houston Texans waiving rookie outside linebacker Eric Lee after failing to disclose a physical condition, the Texans are set to re-sign the rookie outside linebacker. After passing through waivers, the Texans reworked the language of his contract and signed him to be back with the team when they hit the field during OTAs. (first reported by Greg Auman)

Lee played his college football at USF where he as a team captain and selected all-conference. Starting 12 games, Lee had 45 total tackles, with 12 tackles for loss and five sacks. 

The 6'3" and 260 lbs. participated in the Texans three day rookie mini-camp and worked exclusively with Mike Vrabel at outside linebacker.

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