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Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton just pointed me to this Tweet from Drew Rosenhaus:
Orlovsky got a three-year deal worth $8.5 million, which drove up the price for other No. 2 quarterbacks such as Chris Simms in Denver.
So I'd expect Grossman to be a third quarterback looking to impress the Texans enough to stick and be able to take on a bigger role if Schaub or Orlovsky gets hurt. Or Grossman could build his résumé for a chance elsewhere after camp.
Grossman does have one thing Schaub and Orlovsky do not -- a Super Bowl appearance.