The Houston Texans have cut veteran offensive Tyson Clabo. He was signed earlier this year.
Clabo is a 6-foot-6, 314-pounder who started all but one game last season for the Miami Dolphins.
He didn't grade out well, but has starting experience.
Clabo was a starter for the Atlanta Falcons for seven seasons.
Derek Newton is slated to start at right tackle for the Texans.
Clabo, 32, has been named to one Pro Bowl.
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