Houston Texans morning huddle: Ervin’s speed kills
By Randy Gurzi
The morning huddle brings you all the Houston Texans news you need to know to keep up with your favorite NFL franchise
Good morning Texans fans, the morning huddle is here once again to get your day started out right. Here is all the Houston Texans news you need to know. Enjoy;
David Quessenberry can’t wait to get back to Texans, says he’s feeling great – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"David Quessenberry endured months of intensive chemotherapy treatment and radiation therapy for non-Hodgkins lymphoma that sapped him of his strength and caused him to lose weight.The Texans offensive guard dealt with the uncertainty of his football future while spending the past two seasons on the non-football illness list, receiving the good news last year from his oncologist that his cancer was in remission."
Football 101: Speed kills with Tyler Ervin – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
"Spartan UpMore from Toro TimesHouston Texans: Can Sean Payton really be the next head coach?Houston Texans Draft: Michael Mayer should be a no doubter at pick 12Houston Texans already telling fans the Davis Mills era is overHouston Texans have hand forced, waste no time in firing Lovie SmithHouston Texans: Pros and Cons of keeping Head Coach Lovie SmithWhen Tyler Ervin was drafted, I couldn’t believe it. Prior to the Senior Bowl, I studied him and really liked what I saw. Then, I saw him at the Senior Bowl and was blown away by how fast he turned the corner or burst through an inside hole. In fact, in my Senior Bowl observations, I said the following after day one.“San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin has some Akeem Hunt-esque burst. Wow.”"
TSU punter Cory Carter excited for Texans minicamp audition – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"At Texas Southern, Cory Carter boomed the football with hang time and distance.Now, Carter is hoping to build on the good impression he created with the Texans during their local prospect day in April.After going undrafted, Carter accepted an invitation to try out for the Texans at their rookie minicamp this week. If it goes well, he could be signed to an NFL contract and officially join their roster."
Texans RB Tyler Ervin switches from Arian Foster’s old number – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"Things have changed. While Ervin initially selected Arian Foster’s old number, he asked for a change to No. 34, I’m told, in the interest of creating his own legacy. He might switch again after final cuts are made."