The morning huddle brings you all the Houston Texans news you need to know, today’s links include one coach staying put while another resigns
Another day is upon us, so that means another ‘huddle’ is here to keep you up to date on all things Houston Texans football! Here is the news you need to know;
Reports: Mike Vrabel turns down 49ers to stay with Texans – ESPN
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"Houston Texans linebackers coach Mike Vrabel has turned down an offer to become the San Francisco 49ers’ defensive coordinator, according to multiple media reports.Vrabel, 40, just finished his second year with the Texans, whose 9-7 season ended with a disappointing 30-0 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC wild-card round."
Shrine Game players to watch – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
"This Saturday, the East-West Shrine Game will take place at the Trop, the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. Most people think of the Senior Bowl as the one and only postseason all-star game and it’s the one most players want an invitation to attend. But, the Shrine Game has been good to the Texans the past few seasons.Last year’s game included future Texans LSU RB Kenny Hilliard, Bowie State TE Khari Lee (subsequently traded to the Bears), Michigan State WR Keith Mumphery and Toledo C Greg Mancz. The previous year’s game included current starting safety Andre Hal from Vanderbilt, Michigan State ILB Max Bullough and two players the Texans signed as undrafted college free agents – former Texans Bloomsburg’s own Matt Feiler and North Dakota State CB Marcus Williams."
"Paul Pasqualoni has resigned according to SportsRadio 610’s John McClain.Pasqualoni, 66, joined the Texans in 2015 after Bill Kollar left the Texans to go to the Denver Broncos with Gary Kubiak."