Here are your daily Texans stories for Thursday:
Corey Coleman impresses at Pro Day by John McClain, Houston Chronicle
"The Texans do not have to look beyond the Baylor campus to find a wide receiver with take-your-breath-away speed and dynamic return ability.Coach Bill O’Brien and director of player personnel Brian Gaine were among the Texans’ representatives at Baylor’s pro day Wednesday when receiver Corey Coleman put up unofficial times of 4.37 and 4.37 in the 40-yard dash."
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Texans Free Agency Review by Matt Weston, Battle Red Blog
"The Houston Texans spent the first two and a half days of free agency watching through the window while the rest of the NFL put their cap space to use. Crumbs fell from the mouths of sources and players were linked to new teams, but nothing happened. Instead, the first wave of free agents left, and the only thing the Texans had was about $40 million in cap space thanks to the cuts of Rahim Moore,Garrett Graham, and Arian Foster. Then, suddenly, out of nowhere, a lot of very important things happened very quickly."
Osweiler Did More Than Football in High School by Jesse Clark, Houstontexans.com
"Osweiler gave a verbal commitment to play basketball at Gonzaga after his sophomore year, but decided to focus on football after his junior season.The Texans quarterback isn’t the only player with a basketball background.Star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins hooped in high school and even two years in college at Clemson, while linebacker Jadeveon Clowney also brought his skills to the court."
Who’s Tony Bergstrom? by Brian Patterson, House of Houston
"But there’s one more name missing.Who am I talking about?I’m talking about Tony Bergstrom.Wait what?Yes, it looks like we have new sheriff…er…uh…center in town!The move was definitely necessitated as Ben Jones, our center for last season, decided to take the sack of cash being thrown at him and run."