Texans Morning Huddle–Grimes Back


Here are your daily Texans stories for Saturday:

Texans re-sign Grimes by Yoni Pollak, House of Houston

"Jonathan Grimes, 26, played in 14 games, finishing with 282 rushing yards (5.0 ypc) and 26 catches for 173 receiving yards during the 2015 season.The former undrafted free agent out of William & Mary has always shown promise when given a chance in Houston. Grimes is a shifty back, capable of racking up yards on the ground and catching footballs out of the backfield. He has a similar skillset to that of Lamar Miller, which means the Texans are likely to give him rock when Miller sits."

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Coleman loves the Texans by Drew Dougherty, Houstontexans.com

"The 2015 Biletnikoff Award winner for the nation’s best receiver, Coleman caught 20 touchdown passes last season and finished with 1,363 receiving yards. He also talked with Texans head coach Bill O’Brien multiple times during the session at the Allison Indoor Facility on campus, and came away impressed.“I love the organization,” Coleman said. “Bill O’Brien is a great coach. It’s just a blessing to be out here and have him coach me up and tell me the stuff I’m doing wrong, stuff I’m doing right, and just learning.”Multiple experts have tabbed Coleman as a logical pick for the Texans, who select 22nd in the first round of the NFL Draft. Houston has a Pro Bowler at wide receiver in DeAndre Hopkins, and Coleman holds Hopkins in high regard."

Texans Final Four by John Harris, Houstontexans.com

"The Final Four will be in Houston in a few weeks and yes, I know that’s college basketball and not the NFL. However, I love brackets and actually love to construct my own. So, using the annual March Madness tournament as inspiration, I thought I’d come up with my unique Final Four bracket, modified of course, to let you determine how it’d play out. You know how it works, pick the winners in the 1-4 matchup and the 2-3 matchup and then pick between those two winners. Simple, no?Over the next three weeks, I’ll construct a different “Final Four” bracket, leading up to the 2016 Final Four here in Houston."