Happy Hump Day! Here are your daily Texans stories for Wednesday:
Christian Hackenberg on reunion with O’Brien by Battle Red Blog
"Just one day after Brett Kollmann took to their airwaves to sing the praises of Christian Hackenberg as a franchise quarterback prospect, the afternoon drive-time crew on Sports Radio 610 had an interview with the man himself.No, not Brett. Christian Hackenberg. But I like where your head is at."
Rodney Harrison on the Texans new coaches by Patrick Starr, State of the Texans
"Former New England Patriots safety and current NBC Studio Analyst, Rodney Harrison, stopped by on Radio Row with Sports Radio 610s Triple Threat to talk about the Houston Texans. Harrison has deep ties with the Texans through his time spent working in New England with defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, linebackers coach Mike Vrabel, and new special teams coordinator Larry Izzo.Harrison sounded off on the three Texans coaches and he started by praising his former teammate Mike Vrabel for turning down the San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator position."
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What’s up with Carson Wentz by Deepi Sidhu, Houstontexans.com
"At 6-5 and 233 pounds, Carson Wentz looks like the part of an NFL quarterback. With a 4.0 GPA at North Dakota State, the draft prospect has the intelligence too.Through the draft process, NFL coaches and personnel will evaluate and meet with Wentz to determine if he has what it takes to be an pro quarterback. NDSU head coach Chris Klieman, who has known the young quarterback for five years, has seen first-hand what Wentz has shown both on and off the field."
Foster cleared to jog by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"“Start some light jogging. No pivoting, cutting, no explosive activity,” the doctor said. “Strengthen all you want. Do your heel lift, elliptical, bike, jog, surf. Maybe not surf.”Foster, a four-time Pro Bowler, turns 30 in August. He tore his Achilles in October against the Dolphins.“Cleared to jog,” Foster wrote. “Back against the wall once again. We out here dreamin!”"