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Schaub signs with Texans, takes out life insurance
- Updated: March 24, 2007
Houston, TX – After signing a six-year, $48 million deal with the Houston Texans, QB Matt Schaub took out a record-setting life insurance policy. The Texans presented the third year winless backup with $7 million in guaranteed money, along with titanium body armor, but Schaub still wisely penned his own deal with State Farm.
Immediately after Schaub signed his name on the Texans? contract, a black eye suddenly appeared on his face and he began to complain about internal pain. Meanwhile, David Carr, the former Texans QB who was released from the team Friday, was seen doing cartwheels and yelling ?wheee!? in a local park.