Texans Listening to Trade Offers for Carr

Texans General Manager Rick Smith told the Houston Chronicle that the club has received trade inquiries from other teams regarding quarterback David Carr.

Smith told the newspaper he would not rule out trading any player if the move would improve the team.

The former top overall draft pick has two seasons remaining on his contract with the Texans for salaries of $5.5 million next season and $6 million in 2008.

The current Texans regime of Smith and Coach Gary Kubiak did not draft Carr. Former general manager Charley Casserly and coach Dom Capers did.

By Mark Maske |  February 14, 2007; 9:05 PM ET  | Category:  Texans
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