The morning huddle brings all the Houston Texans news you need to one spot, today’s links include a look at Foster’s potential return
It’s Friday Texans fans! Let’s get this last weekday started right, by catching up on all the news you need to know about your Houston Texans. Enjoy;
Texans’ J.J. Watt says his injury was not a sports hernia – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
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"Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt bristled at the idea that he had a sports hernia injury.“Stop calling my injury a sports hernia,” Watt said on Twitter. “I’m sick of seeing that. Either get the facts straight or don’t report on it at all. If you think I’d leave a game and my teammates over just a sports hernia, you’re crazy.”"
Arian Foster “in the plans” for 2016 – by Drew Dougherty, HoustonTexans.com
"General manager Rick Smith met with the 2010 NFL rushing king recently, and is optimistic about Foster’s return to the gridiron.“He’s got the right mindset,” Smith said on Thursday at the NFL Scouting Combine. “He came in and talked to me a couple weeks ago to make sure that we knew that. He’ll bounce back. He’ll be fine.”"
Texans begin process to settle who will protect quarterback – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"The mystery of the Houston Texans’ 2016 starting quarterback remains unresolved, but the Texans will begin to figure out how he’ll be protected this week.Starting right guard Brandon Brooks and starting center Ben Jones are poised for free agency and the Texans will begin meeting with their agents Thursday and Friday. Those are the two positions for which the events of this week could make an impact on the 2016 season. Looking further into the future, the Texans will also be evaluating left tackles who could replace Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown in a few years."