May 17, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (90) participates in drills during rookie mini-camp at Methodist Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Houston Texans Roundup (5/24): Evening Edition


This is an late night edition of the daily Houston Texans Roundup brought to you by the Toro Times.

Our sister site over at FanSided’s House of Houston (check them out for content on all things Houston sports) brought up a good point in a recent article by Brian K. Patterson, which was about the starting quarterback situation.

The article’s headline says it all:

“Houston Texans: The Choice is Clear: Start Case Keenum!”

In the article it states:

“I’d like to endorse Case Keenum as our starting quarterback for next season! The guy is extremely multi-faceted and I believe that he deserves a chance to start under center … Bill O’Brien‘s offensive style can be personally suited to Keenum’s intangibles that would cause him to thrive.”

Do you agree with Keenum being the starter next season for the Texans at QB? He does have eight career starts and he’ll be battling Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tom Savage for the No. 1 spot.

I really don’t have a problem with it, but I also think Keenum or Fitzpatrick isn’t the long-term answer at QB for this franchise.

Maybe there is a certain QB at Oregon that the Texans can draft in 2015?

In other Texans news:

FanSided’s NFL Spin Zone wrote about how Andre Johnson leads active players in 100-yard games.

• In another article on FanSided, With the First Pick reviewed the Texans’ 2014 draft.

ESPN.com wrote about how Arian Foster wants to be more of a factor in the passing game.

CSN Houston writes about competition within the Texans this offseason.

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  • Greg Hill

    Why the hurry to decide? The preseason games will weed out the weak at all the positions through competition. Regardless, the qb of the future is not on the roster.