LT Duane Brown ends holdout with Texans, report says

LT Duane Brown ends holdout with Texans, report says

McNair met with the team Saturday in an attempt to clear the air with his team, but Brown told reporters it didn't go well.

A piece of the Texans' offense is back.

Duane Brown has ended his holdout and reported to NRG Stadium, reported, citing a source.

Brown missed the first six weeks of the season, which cost him nearly $553,000 a week in a paychecks. That's not include the fines he accrued for missing mandatory camps and programs during the offseason.

He still has two years left of his six-year, $53.4 million contract, but those last two years don't have any money guaranteed.

MORE: Texans owner Bob McNair says LT Duane Brown 'ought to be' at minicamp

Despite missing more than a quarter of the season, Brown could play this week against the Seahawks in his original position.

Chris Clark, who has started at left tackle since Week 2 of the season, is sidelined with a calf strain. When Clark returns, he could take over at right tackle

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