Free agent fullback Vonta Leach, who was released by the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens last week, will make a decision on his new team within the next two weeks, per Tony Castleberry of the Daily Reflector.
The Ravens attempted to trade Leach, but they were unable to find a business partner. Considering his age -- he'll turn 32 in November -- and his $4.33 million cap hit in 2013, Baltimore decided to cut ties with the three-time Pro Bowler. Seven teams are reportedly interested in Leach, including the Texans, Dolphins, Chiefs, Giants and Browns, and it's possible he could return to Baltimore at a reduced rate.
Leach has visited with the Dolphins, and Houston, where he played from 2006-10, is supposedly his top choice.
While the nine-year veteran hasn't put up much in the way of rushing numbers -- he's carried just 24 times for 70 yards and three touchdowns in his career -- he has been a solid lead blocker and safety-valve receiver in Baltimore. Leach has 112 catches for 749 yards and four scores.