May 20, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans tackle David Quessenberry (77) during organized team activities at the Methodist Training Center at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
The Texans may have some solid players along their starting five, but depth is not really a big plus at the moment. The highlight of their back up lineman includes veteran Tyson Clabo, the 6’7″, 332 pound tackle who is 33 years of age. Clabo was undrafted out of Wake Forest in 2004 and has started 116 games in his NFL career. He was most recently with Miami before joining the Texans last season.
The next biggest name on the bench is a guy who has yet to hit the field, David Quessenberry. The 6’5″ 302 pound guard has made headlines for his battle with cancer and hopes to make an impact in 2015 if he is able to see the field.
Tackles Jeff Adams and Will Yeatman, and centers Cody White and James Ferentz are the only other players listed on the roster and are all relatively unknowns. While Houston looks to have a strong offensive line, the depth is a concern for sure.
Other players on the bench include undrafted guard Chad Slade from Auburn and undrafted center Greg Mancz from Toledo.