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Report: Texans looking at two veteran CBs

John McClain of the *Houston Chronicle *reports that the Texans are going to give **tryouts to veteran cornerbacks Deltha O'Neal and Jason Webster** on Thursday. The Texans are thin at corner with Jacques Reeves and Antwaun Molden sidelined with injuries and Dunta Robinson sitting out camp because of a contract dispute.

O'Neal, 32, played in all 16 games with 10 starts for the Patriots last season and recorded three interceptions. He has 34 interceptions in his nine-year career, the first four years of which were spent with the Denver Broncos from 2000-03. The Broncos drafted O'Neal in the first round in 2000 when Texans general manager Rick Smith was the head of their pro personnel department.

Webster, 31, is a Houston native who played at Texas A&M. Like O'Neal, Webster is a nine-year veteran who spent the 2008 season with the Patriots, though Webster played in only spent three games last season.

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