Houston Texans morning huddle: Open camp dates announced
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Good morning Houston Texans fans! Here is the news you need to know on this Tuesday morning, enjoy;
Texans to hold six open training camp practices – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"As the Texans prepare to start training camp later this month, the team announced it will conduct six practices open to the public.The camp, which launches July 31 at the Houston Methodist Training Center, includes open practices the first day of camp as well as Aug. 2, Aug. 3, Aug. 6, Aug. 7 and Aug. 18. (Rookies report on July 25 and veterans on July 30.)"
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Breakfast: Braxton Miller is “just a playmaker” – by Drew Dougherty, HoustonTexans.com
"Don’t pigeonhole Braxton Miller.The Texans rookie has been projected by many to be a slot receiver.That’s a definite possibility.But the former Ohio State Buckeye said he preferred to be called the “P” word.“Playmaker,” Miller said in a recent SiriusXM radio interview. “Just a playmaker. I’ll play slot. Outside. Inside. Running back.”"
Ranking the Texans’ toughest early games, sans Tom Brady – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"We’ve discussed previously the boon given to the Texans in Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ‘s four-game suspension. Now that Brady is ending his fight to overturn his suspension and not attempting to take it to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Texans will certainly not face Brady when they take on the New England Patriots in Week 3."
J.J. Watt makes a wish come true on SportsCenter episode – by David Barron, Houston Chronicle
"Of the hundreds of requests fielded by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Will Martinez, 9, of Houston had one of the most down-to-earth wishes: that Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt come to his house for dinner."
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"Watt agreed to do so, and the results of their visit last month will air during the 5 p.m. Monday edition of “SportsCenter” as part of the annual ESPN series “My Wish.”"