Texans OT Duane Brown Triggers De-Escalator Clause in Contract After Missing Offseason Workouts

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Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown had better be strong in his convictions about missing camp for the Texans, because it’s costing him quite a bit of cash.

The tackle, who is not happy with his deal and is expected to miss the start of camp, is out $250,000 according to Field Yates of ESPN as missing offseason workouts has triggered a clause in his contract dropping his salary.

As a big name on the Texans O-line, the team and tackle had better get their ducks in a row and get him into camp by hook or by crook, or this could turn into an ugly holdout as the summer goes along.

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