Texans release G Zach Fulton, save $3 million in salary cap space

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The Houston Texans have made a plethora of moves to bring in new talent over the past 48 hours, which resulted in several Texans losing their jobs.

The Texans have released center-guard Zach Fulton, the team announced Wednesday. With the release, the Texans save a total of $3 million in cap space.

After he began his career with the Kansas City Chiefs (2014-2017), Fulton spent the last three seasons with the Texans. He signed with the organization during the offseason in 2018, where he made the move from center to guard.

The Texans’ offensive line will look different at the start of the 2021 season. In addition to Fulton, Nuck Martin was also released by the Texans less than two weeks ago.

The Texans have sent added Justin Britt and Marcus Cannon to their offensive line group.

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All the moves the Texans made to get under the salary cap to start 2021

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