Here are your daily Texans stories for Friday:
Osweiler has Impressive Work Ethic, per Hopkins by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"When asked months ago what impressed him most about his No. 1 receiver, Brock Osweiler highlighted DeAndre Hopkins‘ work ethic.Hopkins has seen the same from the Houston Texans‘ new quarterback. He said as much during a Twitter Q&A with fans on Wednesday evening."
We’ve been hearing all offseason about the good work that Osweiler has put in. Let’s hope it pays off come week one. Until he steps on that field, I’m reserving judgement.
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11 Things for Camp by Dale Robertson, Houston Chronicle
"4. The Texans are the only team in the NFL with each of their last eight first-round draft picks, going back to Duane Brown in 2008, still on the team. Only nine other teams have as many as their last five No. 1s on their rosters.5. The Texans will start camp with five players on the physically-unable-to-perform (PUP) list: Defensive end J.J. Watt, offensive tackles Duane Brown and Jeff Adams and defensive backs Lonnie Ballentine and Cleveland Wallace. Like Watt and Brown, Adams began last season as a starter at guard before suffering a knee injury in the third game."
I did not know that. That is pretty impressive. When someone else says their team drafts well, just point this out to them.
Demps Draws on Motherly Wisdom by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"Although she was a teenage mother, Jacqueline quickly began instilling leadership qualities and confidence into her young son. She would sing to him about faith, preaching to him about how much she believed in him. She passed on a love for going to church.And she couldn’t help carrying her son around town, even in areas consumed by gangs and drugs, while offering a bold prediction to anyone who would listen. Jacqueline was convinced her son would become a professional athlete one day."
Sounds like quite the mother right there. Great story.