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Good morning Houston Texans football fans! Here is all the news you need to know as the #Texans camp keeps moving along. Enjoy;
DeAndre Hopkins says holdout wasn’t message to Texans – by Tania Ganguli, ESPN
"Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins says he “wasn’t trying to send a message” with his brief holdout before reporting to his first practice of training camp on Monday.In his first public comments since the holdout, Hopkins repeatedly pushed questions regarding his contract status toward his agent and the Houston front office, led by general manager Rick Smith."
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33 Observations from Day Two of Texans Camp – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
"1. Hopkins was back after missing the first day and it was like seeing a long lost friend. On one of his first routes during team drills, he caught a pass right on the sideline in front of us and The Voice of the Texans Marc Vandermeer summed it up best, “I like him, that new guy.” Luckily, the new guy (tongue in cheek) of course, was up to his old tricks."
Texans’ Jaelen Strong still on faster, slimmer track – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"A year ago during his rookie season, Texans wide receiver Jaelen Strong was struggling mightily .He was tipping the scales at nearly 230 pounds as if he was unintentionally bulking up for a move to tight end.And Strong promptly was put on notice by Texans coach Bill O’Brien that he needed to upgrade his work habits and diet to get into optimal condition."
Former Houston Texans Third Round Pick Signed To WWE – via CBS Houston
"Former Houston Texans third-round pick Brennan Williams has signed a contract with professional wrestling company WWE to work with their training center in Florida."