Texans trade RB Mark Ingram back to the Saints

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One would figure the Houston Texans would be sellers with the Nov. 2 trade deadline approaching, and sooner or later, the 1-6 club on a six-game losing streak would make a move.

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Texans are trading running back Mark Ingram back to the New Orleans Saints.

Offensive coordinator Tim Kelly told reporters on Sept. 30 that Ingram’s approach to the game was “contagious.

Said Kelly: “The way Mark comes to work, comes to meetings, comes to practice, he attacks everything as opposed to just kind of being here and getting through. That’s contagious, especially when you have a guy who’s been doing it as long as Mark has, coming and having that excitement to go out. At practice, we were in full pads yesterday, coming out and doing everything we’re asking him to do and attacking it at 100 miles an hour. That type of thing is contagious.”

The Texans are attempting to amass as many draft picks as possible to successfully rebound from a potentially disastrous 2021 season.

Ingram generated 92 carries for 294 yards and a touchdown in his seven games with Houston, all of which he started.

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