Here are your daily Texans stories to kick off your weekend:
Free Agents Looking at Houston by Charles Robinson, Yahoo Sports
"This has been one of the steadiest leaguewide queries since the Super Bowl, posed by a string of team executives, coaches and agents, each jockeying to get a grasp on a market hungry for offseason quarterback options. In their pursuit, a pattern has emerged, placing the Texans as one of the most pivotal dominos in the quarterbacks market this offseason. Thanks to a variety of factors, Houston is officially a preferred destination, be it for purposes of leverage or a genuine interest in putting a quarterback in an ideal situation to succeed."
Rahim Moore released by CBS Local Houston
"The Houston Texans have released a third player on Thursday. Safety Rahim Moore was cut by the Texans a few days before the start of the new league year for the NFL.Moore, who signed with the Texans before the 2015 season, played in seven games for the Texans recording 16 tackles and intercepting one pass before being benched for the rest of the season."
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Mock Draft Survey by Drew Dougherty, Houstontexans.com
"There’s been a shakeup in the fourth Houston Texans Mock Draft Survey.Ohio State Ezekiel Elliott is still the ‘most-mocked’ player to the Texans, who pick 22nd in the 2016 NFL Draft.Elliott, who rumbled for more than 1,800 yards in the 2014 and 2015 seasons, has been the ‘most-mocked’ player to Houston in all four iterations of the survey.But of the 26 experts who have posted a mock draft, nine (34.6%) have Houston taking a quarterback with its first round choice.Six (23.1%) said Elliott would be the Texans first-rounder. Seven (26.9%) had the Texans taking a wide receiver. Four (15.3%) mockers had Houston taking a defensive tackle."
Osweiler to the Texans? by Evan Massey, Sports Glory
"The Houston Texans will be in the market for quarterback help this offseason and there is one player that they could already have their eyes on. According to a report, the Texans could aggressively pursue signing Denver Broncos free agent quarterback Brock Osweiler this offseason."