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It's official: Rex Grossman signs with Houston Texans

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Rex Grossman, who spent six rollercoaster seasons with the Bears, has signed with the Houston Texans and will compete for their No. 2 quarterback spot.

Grossman's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, made the official announcement today on Twitter:

rosenhaus-grossman-texans.jpgGrossman is expected to join the Texans at minicamp next week. The deal is expected to be a one-year deal for the league veteran minimum of $620,000. Grossman joins starter Matt Schaub and backups Dan Orlovsky and Alex Brink as quarterbacks on the Texans' roster.

Grossman was drafted by the Bears in the first round of the 2003 draft. Grossman quarterbacked the Bears to a Super Bowl appearance in 2006, but eventually lost his starting job to Kyle Orton.

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