Lundy and Anderson inked

HOUSTON - The Houston Texans announced today that they have signed sixth-round draft pick RB Wali Lundy, and seventh-round WR David Anderson.  

Lundy (5-10, 214), was taken by the Texans with the 170th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft from Virginia.  He was the only running back taken by the Texans in this year's draft.

Lundy hails from Willingboro, N.J.  He was one of three players in Atlantic Coast Conference history to score more than 50 touchdowns during his collegiate career.  He gained 3,193 rushing yards, which ranks fifth in school history.  He holds the school and conference scoring record by running for three touchdowns in four consecutive regular season games (2003 vs. Virginia Tech and 2004 vs. Temple, North Carolina and Akron)

Anderson (5-9, 194) was taken with the 251st pick from Colorado State. 

Anderson, a native of Westlake Village, Calif., is the Rams all-time leading receiver in with 200 receptions for 3,330 yards and ranks third in school history with 20 touchdowns.  During his senior season, Anderson was a semi-finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, which recognizes the best collegiate wide receiver.  He made 63 catches for 917 yards and eight touchdowns. 

Lundy and Anderson join DE Mario Williams, LB DeMeco Ryans and TE Owen Daniels as the other Texans 2006 draft picks to sign. Houston has two remaining draft picks unsigned.      

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