Locking up Texans' core players could do a number on salary-cap space

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Locking up Texans' core players could do a number on salary-cap space
Locking up Texans' core players could do a number on salary-cap space

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers for ESPN Milwaukee Marquette University graduate Follow on Twitter HOUSTON -- The Houston Texans are expected to make quarterback Deshaun Watson and left tackle Laremy Tunsil among the highest-paid at their positions this offseason, but the team also has many other decisions to make about the makeup of the roster. The team enters the 2020 offseason with an estimated $41 million in cap space but is expected to spend most -- if not all -- of that before the start of the season to keep its core in place for the future. The Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson is currently the highest-paid quarterback, but he is expected to be eclipsed with whatever

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