The Houston Texans have brought back veteran safety Danieal Manning, according to ESPN.com. He was released earlier in the offseason after refusing to take a pay cut, but the team now has him back.
The 32-year old safety has played three seasons with Houston, where he has four interceptions, two sacks and 124 tackles in 35 games played with the team.
Perhaps the main reason they brought back Manning was because there was a void left at safety after the team released Chris Clemons. The Texans signed him to a two-year contract in March, but he clearly didn’t perform well enough during the preseason for the team to sign him.