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Texans’ David Anderson Partners with Premier Players

For Immediate Release: July 31, 2010
Media Contacts: Ben Delanoy

Premier Players, Inc. is pleased to announce a creative partnership with Houston Texans Wide Receiver David Anderson. David will be adding his offbeat humor to Premier Players Magazine’s Product Review Section. Anderson was selected by the Houston Texans in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. In 2006 he played nine games for the Texans, hauling in one pass reception and three kick returns. The Texans released Anderson but then re-signed him 4 weeks later. He has had several catches in the 2007 season as well as one touchdown. An exclusive-rights free agent in the 2008 offseason, Anderson signed his one-year tender offer on April 23. David was featured on Late Night with Conan O’Brien when he performed the host’s original string dance after catching a touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals on October 26, 2008.

About Premier Players, Inc.

Premier Players is a sports information company connecting people from around the world to sports around the world.  Whether a fan, amateur or pro, current or past athlete, Premier Players offers everyone a media platform to showcase and share their love of sports. 

For more information, regarding David Anderson’s partnership with Premier Players Magazine, or to submit your product for David to review, please contact Ben Delanoy at 1-800-920-1537 or ben_delanoy@premierplayers.com .

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