The morning huddle brings all the Houston Texans news you need to one convenient location, today’s links look at a retiring villain and a potential free agent the team would like to re-sign
Good morning Texans fans and welcome to one of the final slow days of the offseason. With free agency starting in a couple days, here is the news you need to know.
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Vandermeer’s View: Texans’ all-time villain is done – by Marc Vandermeer, HoustonTexans.com
"The early meetings at home were probably closer than you remember because the defense was better than you remember. However, the games at the RCA Dome were Manning passing clinics. It took until year five to finally defeat Goliath. It happened largely because the Texans played keep away with Ron Dayne running for 153 yards."
The DeepSlant Week In Review – by Deepi Sidhu, HoustonTexans.com
"In less than a month, Watt locked himself out of his house. He took refuge in his workout “barn,” which resembles a barn merely by its shape and not the contents of its interior which include but are not limited to: a leather sofa, two flat screen televisions, exercise equipment, and a fully stocked snack area. Watt’s snap story had him regularly checking in by saying “UPDATE,” until someone finally showed up with his key to his house."
Texans interested in bringing back tackle Chris Clark – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"The Texans obtained an important insurance policy before last season when they traded a seventh-round draft pick to the Denver Broncos to acquire offensive tackle Chris Clark.Ideally, the Texans don’t want this to be just a one-year rental of the veteran left tackle."