Former Dallas Cowboy LB Bradie James Now Calls The Houston Texans Home
After nine years with the Dallas Cowboys, Bradie James has now moved to the Houston Texans.
The Dallas Cowboys gave the hint at the beginning of off-season that owner Jerry Jones and management wanted to make the team younger.
Since his role with the Cowboys defense diminished last season after younger LB Sean Lee stepped his game up, Bradie James heard the team was not going to sign him for the 2012 season so he moved on.
Drafted back in 2003 by then head coach of the Cowboys Bill Parcells, Bradie James signed with the Houston Texans after spending nine years with the Cowboys .
James will be reuniting with former Cowboys head coach/defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. James also called the Texans the best team in Texas, causing an uproar with the fans who used to support #56 while he was with the Cowboys.
The only other players still with the Dallas Cowboys from the 2003 draft class is TE Jason Witten and QB Tony Romo. Both Witten and Romo are now the longest-tenured players on the team.