The Houston Texans addressed their need at the tight end position on Thursday as they re-signed five year veteran Garrett Graham.  This came just two days after the Texans front office decided to release two-time Pro Bowl tight end Owen Daniels.  Last season, Graham and Andre Johnson led the Texans with five touchdown catches apiece.  In 2013, with Daniels lost for the season with a broken leg in Week 5, Graham (pictured on the right) set career highs with 49 receptions for 545 yards.  He started 11 games last year, after starting in nine in 2012.  "It'll be different with Owen not here," Graham said. "He did a lot of great things here, and he's a good friend of mine.  Ryan Griffin will definitely be able to step up and do a lot of great things for us. I think we've got a good group, and it should be fun."