NFL
March 11, 2021

Houston Texans Sign Mark Ingram

Mark Ingram is on the move. 

After two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, Ingram has signed a one-year deal worth up to $3 million with the Houston Texans, per ESPN.

Ingram's first season in Baltimore was a roaring success, as he helped lead an unstoppable backfield, rushing for 1,018 rushing yards on five yards per attempt and 10 touchdowns.

He became buried on the depth chart in Baltimore with the emergence of Gus Edwards and rookie J.K. Dobbins

“Football is a business and it’s tough and some things you can’t control but what I could control was my attitude," Ingram said to FanSided.

As the Texans face a potential future without Deshaun Watson, they're going to need all the help they can get.

The Texans recently cut Duke Johnson Jr., and are bringing back David Johnson, who had an underwhelming first season in Houston.

Ingram, a 10-year veteran, has compiled 7,324 rushing yards and 62 rushing touchdowns over his career.

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