Texans roll the dice on former Pro Bowl running back

Mark Ingram will sign with Texans. Composite image by Jack Brame.

According to multiple reports, the Texans and former Ravens RB Mark Ingram have agreed on a one-year deal that could be worth up to $3 million. Ingram is a little long in the tooth as far as NFL RBs go, he's 31 years old and will be playing in his 11th NFL season in 2021. Texans head coach David Culley should know better than anyone if Ingram has anything left in the tank, with both Culley and Ingram being part of the Ravens over the last several years. Ingram played in 11 games last season rushing for 299 yards while splitting carries in Baltimore.

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Composite image by Jack Brame

With news coming down this week regarding the Houston Texans and their alleged role in the Deshaun Watson situation, ProFootballTalk founder and former lawyer Mike Florio shares his thoughts on the Texans being sued by Tony Buzbee and how he sees the legal proceedings playing out.

Also, Florio believes that the outcome of these cases will come down to "legal duty," and the Texans will argue they had no idea what Watson was doing, and it wasn't their responsibility to protect these individuals that have no ties to the organization.

Be sure to check out the video above for a full breakdown from a legal perspective.

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