October 30, 2011; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub (8) looks down the offensive line during a first quarter play against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

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This week, they got confirmation of Schaub’s recovery from a Lisfranc injury when he visited Dr. Robert Anderson in North Carolina and got a green light, a team source told ESPN.com.

ESPN.com reported Thursday that the 31-year-old quarterback has been medically cleared for the start of training camp. He had been held out of offseason activities as a precaution, but has been conducting passing drills with teammates in the past week.

Jul 12, 2012 – The state of the Texans running back group is strong. Stole a bit from the State of the Union, I know, but the running back position has to be the strongest, most established unit on the team. I’m not saying the other positions are in flux because most of them are strong as well, but not to the level of the backs. The Texans have had brief periods of stability at running back in the past with Domanick Davis and Steve Slaton, but those periods were brief and didn’t possess the star power of this group. Don’t take this current group for granted, remember the days of Jonathan Wells, Stacey Mack, Tony Hollings, Ron Dayne, Vernand Morency, Samkon Gado, and Wali Lundy, and cherish what we get to watch nowadays.

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