Will Yeatman

#74T,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 315
Born:
College: Maryland
Birth Place: San Diego, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • 8 NFL Fantasy Busts That Could Ruin Your 2017 Team and Hopes of Winning Your League
    Newsweek

    8 NFL Fantasy Busts That Could Ruin Your 2017 Team and Hopes of Winning Your League

    The term "bust" is one no NFL player, or any athlete for that matter, wants associated with their name. There are contract situations, shifting personnel, age and wear and tear and coaching switch-ups, each of which, either working together or separately, can fully or partially derail a player’s season.

  • Duane Brown holdout will be costly to all parties
    Texans Wire

    Duane Brown holdout will be costly to all parties

    Left tackle Duane Brown held out for the entire offseason workout program. The stalwart Texans lineman has given no indication he will show up at The Greenbrier in West Virginia when the rest of the team reports on Wednesday. Brown can be fined up to $40,000 for each day of training camp he skips. Even though he’s scheduled to earn $9.65 million in base salary in 2017, those daily fines add up quickly. Brown is looking to get more guaranteed money in his contract, which has two years remaining. The Texans have been reticent to rework any deals with more than a year left, with J.J. Watt a notable exception. Brown’s value isn’t what Watt’s is to the team, but the 9-year vet does have quite a bit

  • USA Today

    AFC South training camp capsules

    HOUSTON TEXANS (10-8) OPEN CAMP: July 26, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia LAST YEAR: Houston overcame J.J. Watt missing all but three games with back injury to go 9-7 and win weak AFC South for second straight year. Emergence of 2014 top overall pick Jadeveon Clowney helped ease loss of Watt and allow Houston to lead NFL in yards allowed. After getting blown out by Kansas City in wild-card round in 2016, Texans were ousted in divisional round by New England largely because of another ineffective performance by quarterback Brock Osweiler. Osweiler was inconsistent throughout first season in Houston and after season team decided $72 million investment was mistake and shipped