Earlier this week Drew Henson renounced his contract with the Yankees, leaving $12 million on the table to return to football. Several teams may be interested in trading for Henson with the Houston Texans. Was the Texans' pick of Henson in the sixth round the best long-term, low-round gamble since the Cowboys drafted USFL-bound Herschel Walker in the fifth round in 1985 and Navy-bound Roger Staubach in the 10th round in 1969?

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