Houston brought in Clark for a workout on Tuesday, so they were clearly impressed enough to quickly get a deal done.
Clark, 34, originally signed on with the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent back in 2008. He bounced on and off the Vikings’ practice squad before signing with the Broncos and landing a two-year extension in 2013.
After finishing the first year of his contract, Denver traded Clark to the Texans in exchange for a 2016 seventh-round pick in August of 2015 and eventually re-signed to a two-year extension the following offseason.
Clark signed on with the Panthers as an unrestricted free agent in September of last year. He completed his one-year deal with Carolina and before joining the Saints this past August. New Orleans wound up cutting him with an injury settlement during the preseason.
In 2018, Clark appeared in 15 games for the Panthers and started 13.
Henderson, 26, is a former seventh-round pick of the Bills back in 2014. He played out his rookie contract and re-signed to a one-year deal in March of last year before landing another one-year, $4.5 million extension in January.
He appeared in one game last season before landing on injured reserve due to a broken ankle.
So far this season, Henderson has appeared in four games for Houston.