Houston Texans positional breakdown: Offensive line
By Randy Gurzi
Guard Oday Aboushi
After starting 10 games for the New York Jets, the 2013 fifth round pick out of Virginia, Oday Aboushi, was waved in September of 2015, and claimed by Houston.
Weight: 308 Pounds
That was another move where Smith showed great foresight as he brought in one more reserve with real game time experience. Aboushi ended up starting five games for the Texans and played admirably.
Expect him to be near the bottom of the depth chart barring another injury plagues season for the linemen.
Tackle: Kendall Lamm
An undrafted lineman out of Appalachian State, Kendall Lamm proved he belonged in the NFL with his 15 games played and four starts
Described by analysts as simply a tough player, Lamm never shied away from the big stage and performed rather well, especially considering he was a rookie who never heard his name called from the draft stage.
Look for Lamm to try and push Clark for the swing tackle job. If the battle is even close, the team could be tempted to stick with the younger, cheaper option.
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