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Houston Texans: Brock Osweiler and DeAndre Hopkins developing rapport on the field – by The Sports Xchange, UPI
"The chemistry experiment between Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler and Pro-Bowl wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is starting to click.Although the true litmus test of the Texans’ new passing connection will unfold this fall, Osweiler and Hopkins are starting to build some timing and rapport."
Bill O’Brien: New Texans QB Brock Osweiler as advertised – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
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"Towering new Texans starting quarterback Brock Osweiler won’t take a truly meaningful snap until the fall.For now, his experiences are built around absorbing knowledge about the Texans’ playbook, personnel and philosophy."
Vandermeer’s View: 5 OTA Takeaways – by Marc Vandermeer, HoustonTexans.com
"1. The offense is in its best shape of the O’Brien eraEven though new quarterback Brock Osweiler is probably still learning that we call an access road a ‘feeder,’ he certainly looks comfortable at the wheel of the offense. The collective work of all three QBs appears smoother than it did in ’15 and ’14. Tom Savage knows the system and Brandon Weeden, after performing well in short order late last season, has benefitted from the work."
Report: Texans To Hold Joint Practices With 49ers – by Matt Hammond, SportsRadio 610
"While Chip Kelly isn’t the only football coach to emphasize tempo in the college or pros, he’s certainly the most effective at it. Since he entered the NFL in 2013, his offenses have led the league in pace every season (and it hasn’t even been close)."
"Though the Texans aren’t lacking in that department — they ranked third in time between snaps last season (25.58 seconds) — it can’t hurt to have a joint practice partner that can operate with that kind of efficiency."