Tyson Clabo adds depth for Texans

The Houston Texans have their starting offensive tackles: Pro Bowler Duane Brown at left tackle and right tackle Derek Newton, whom coach Bill O'Brien made clear was the Texans' starter this spring.

Beyond that, though, their numbers were low. Enter Tyson Clabo, a 32-year-old journeyman who spent last season with the Miami Dolphins. Clabo's agent tweeted the news.

Clabo has a history with both Texans general manager Rick Smith and offensive line coach Paul Dunn. Clabo was an undrafted free agent in Denver in 2004 when Smith was with the Broncos but didn't make the roster. Clabo and Dunn overlapped with the Atlanta Falcons.

Clabo spent 2005 through 2012 with the Falcons and made the Pro Bowl in 2010.