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- David Carr Stays With Texans

Chris Pokorny February 10, 2006
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The Houston Texans have made it pretty clear that they will not be selecting a quarterback, at least in the first round, of this year's draft. The team extended QB David Carr's contract for three years, making it fairly clear that they will select RB Reggie Bush instead of QB Vince Young with the first pick in the draft.

However, Texans' owner Bob McNair would not dismiss the possibility for sure about selecting Young, probably to keep the possibility of a trade open.

"We have not closed any doors," McNair said at a news conference. "We'll be visiting with all the top players, including Vince Young, and the whole process is going to lead to one conclusion, and that is: what can we do to put together a winning football team and what could we do to help this team?"

Although Carr has not been able to take the Texans to the postseason yet, McNair believes he is their guy for the future.

"David Carr is the person who can take us to the Super Bowl. He has the ability to do it," said McNair.

Last year, Carr threw for 2,488 yards, 14 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. The Texans finished with a 2-14 record.

"Obviously my career here these first four years hasn't been quite what we wanted it to be," Carr said. "But I know that he (Kubiak) can take me to the level that I want to play at and he can take this team to the level that we need to play at."

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