Reid Returning To Eagles...Falcons To Deal Schaub To Texans
Thursday, March 22nd 2007, 9:45 am
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UNDATED (AP) _ Andy Reid will be back to work on Thursday.
The Philadelphia Eagles head coach will return from a temporary leave of absence which was granted five weeks ago because of his two oldest sons' legal troubles.
Reid has maintained contact with the Eagles during the start of the free agent signing period and has been available to participate in personnel decisions.
The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to trade quarterback Matt Schaub to the Houston Texans in a deal that also involves a swap of first-round draft picks. The transaction would give the Falcons the eighth overall pick instead of the tenth.
The deal also could mean the end of David Carr in a Texans uniform. Houston has been unhappy with his development since he was taken with the first overall pick in the 2002 NFL draft.
The Texans had tried to sign free agents Jeff Garcia and Patrick Ramsey before working out a deal for Schaub.
In other NFL news:
_ The Washington Redskins have signed safety Omar Stoutmire to replace Adam Archuleta, who is about to become a Chicago Bear. The Redskins agreed to trade Archuleta to the Bears Tuesday, but the deal is pending a physical.
_ Defensive tackle Montae Reagor has signed a three-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Reagor spent the last four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
_ Oakland Raiders running back Dominic Rhodes has pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Indianapolis. The plea came after a deal was worked out with prosecutors who dropped drunken-driving charges against Rhodes. As part of his plea, Rhodes was fined $1,000 and was sentenced to 180 days in jail. Of those days 178 were suspended and he was given credit for two days served.
_ Indianapolis has re-signed defensive tackle Dan Klecko to a one-year contract. Klecko helped solidify the Colts' run defense during the playoffs and caught a touchdown pass in the AFC Championship game.
_ The Kansas City Chiefs have re-signed backup defensive end Jimmy Wilkerson, who appeared in 13 games for the Chiefs last season.
_ And Gene Upshaw has been re-elected for his ninth consecutive three-year term as executive director of the NFL Players Association.