Houston Texans morning huddle: OTA’s and Adidas
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14 observations: Monday’s OTAs – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
"1. Although everyone and their brother wants to talk about the offense, the defense won’t take a backseat to anyone, anywhere. The ‘D’ came out today with a ton of juice and were hyped up from the first competitive rep of the practice.More from Toro TimesHouston 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 SmithThere is just one way the Texans can lose the No. 1 pickCelebrate an amazing career with a new JJ Watt shirt from BreakingT2. Corner A.J. Bouye was consistently in good coverage position throughout practice. He had a pair of pass break ups in team and 7-on-7. Get used to seeing him in a different number, though (and that’s a theme for today). He’s now wearing No. 21 and I had to consult my roster a few times to remind myself that it was Bouye. He looked fresh and quick and made an impression."
Texans’ DeAndre Hopkins reaches deal with adidas – by Matt Young, Houston Chronicle
"Houston Texans star receiver reached a multi-year partnership with adidas on Tuesday.Hopkins will be the face of adidas Football’s adizero franchise, which the company promotes as the lightest cleat in the industry. Hopkins will be featured in a variety of adidas Football marketing campaigns and collaborate on future adizero cleats and accessories. Hopkins also will star in marketing initiatives across multiple adidas sport categories and adidas Originals starting this summer."
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Brock Osweiler At Houston Texans OTAs: “I Want Coach O’Brien To Be On Me.” – by Brett Kollmann, Battle Red Blog
"The Texans took to the field and to the podium yesterday for their first day of Phase Three OTAs, which is also the first day of the offseason where direct competition between offense and defense is allowed during drills. John Harris had his usual recap of tidbits and nuggets from the action on the field, and the Mothership was kind enough to upload several post-practice pressers from the players themselves."