• Source: Texans cut starting safety Manning

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Apr 1, 2014
    Manning started 35 games over the past three seasons for the Texans. The Houston Texans released starting safety Danieal Manning on Monday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Texans released Manning today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Manning declined to take a pay reduction last week the Texans presented, and the handwriting was on the wall when they signed veteran strong safety Chris Clemons, who started every game the last two seasons at Miami. Manning also said during the inter...
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Chiefs plan to meet with Danieal Manning

    Interesting news from safety Danieal Manning that he plans to meet later this week with the Kansas City Chiefs. Manning, who first will visit with the Cincinnati Bengals, was recently released by the Houston Texans after declining to accept a pay cut. T…
    • Texans release veteran safety Danieal Manning

      The Texans have three strong safeties now that Danieal Manning has been placed on waivers. Chris Clemons, signed last week from Miami, joins D.J. Swearinger and Eddie Pleasant as strong safeties playing for new defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel. Manni…
      Source: chron.com
  • Manning's release follows 2014 frugality

    Today's news became inevitable on Friday when the Texans signed safety Chris Clemons on a two-year deal worth $2.7 million. That number was about what they had asked safety Danieal Manning to reduce his pay to for the 2014 season -- the last of a four-y…
    Source: ESPN.com

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