Houston Texans morning huddle: Akoyi giving football another go
By Randy Gurzi
The morning huddle brings all the Houston Texans news you need to know to one location in order to keep everyone up to date with their favorite team
Good morning Houston Texans fans, and welcome to another edition of the ‘Morning Huddle.’ Once again we bring you all the news to keep you current on all things Texans football. Enjoy;
Former Texan Amobi Okoye signs with Ottawa in CFL – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"After being out of the game while dealing with the aftermath of a life-threatening illness, former Texans starting defensive tackle Amobi Okoye is back on a football team.Okoye officially signed with the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League on Monday."
J.J. Watt’s charity softball game outdrew 13 Houston Astros home games – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
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"If there’s J.J. Watt fatigue around the country, it hasn’t hit Houston yet.More than 30,000 people attended Saturday’s J.J. Watt Charity Softball Classic at Minute Maid Park, according to Chellee Siewert, who handles the public relations for Watt’s event. That’s a Major League Baseball number."
Texans’ Will Fuller, Braxton Miller to attend NFLPA rookie event – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"Texans rookie wide receivers Will Fuller and Braxton Miller are about to do some networking.Fuller and Miller are scheduled to attend the 22nd annual NFL Players Association Rookie Premiere later this month in Los Angeles. It’s held at the Memorial Coliseum from May 19 to May 21."
Here’s how the Texans stole Brock Osweiler from the Broncos – by Will Brinson, CBS Sports
"The biggest surprise of free agency — by far — was the singing of Brock Osweiler by the Texans. Houston swooped in to steal Osweiler from the Broncos on a four-year, $72 million deal, pinning their hopes of taking a big step next year on a quarterback with seven career starts."