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J.J. Watt takes on Jimmy Fallon in a game of Egg Russian Roulette – by Rachel Marcus, ESPN
"J.J. Watt, Jimmy Fallon and raw eggs.That was the scene on Friday when the Houston Texans defensive end appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and played Egg Russian Roulette with the show’s host."
Texans strike deal with first-round pick Will Fuller – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
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"Drafted 21st overall out of Notre Dame, Fuller is projected to sign a $10.164 million contract that includes a $5.592 million signing bonus and a first-year salary-cap figure of $1.848 million under the slotting principle governing rookie contracts in the collective bargaining agreement.The deal includes the standard fifth-year team option for first-round draft picks."
Houston Texans: Can J.J. Watt continue to dominate in 2016? – by Luke Sims, NFL Spin Zone
"Make no mistake, J.J. Watt is one of the best defenders in the NFL right now. You could argue that he is the best defender in the NFL right now and nobody would bat an eye. He finds ways to be an effective player regardless of whoever is opposing him.Posting over 10 sacks for the last four years in a row and leading the NFL in two of those seasons (2012 with 20.5 and 2015 with 17.5) and posting 20.5 sacks twice (2012 and 2014), Watt is a terror. He dominates the opposition."
O’Brien: Xavier Su’a-Filo “has definitely improved” – by Drew Dougherty, HoustonTexans.com
"Xavier Su’a-Filo is better.Just ask his head coach.Bill O’Brien recently spoke about the third-year offensive lineman, and was very positive about the left guard’s progress."
"“He has definitely improved,” O’Brien said."