The Houston Texans in a not so surprising move brought back fan favorite David Anderson to become the team's fifth wide receiver. He will fill in to provide depth with the recent shoulder injury to Kevin Walter that he suffered late in the second quarter against the Indianapolis Colts. Bringing back Anderson gives the Texans a player who can instantly contribute because of his familiarity with the offense. With the signing of Anderson, the Texans made room by waiving defensive end Tim Bulman.
David Anderson was a 7th round pick from Colorado State in the 2006 draft, and played with the Texans from 2006-2010. When released prior to the start of camp, he was quickly picked up by the Denver Broncos and looked to be a lock to make the Broncos. As the preseason progressed, Anderson's snaps went down and was released at the final cut down day.
Anderson has played 61 games for Houston with 81 receptions, 886 yards and three touchdowns.
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