Good morning Houston! Another day and some more Houston Texans news for you.
Texans still aren’t willing to trade for Tony Romo and I doubt that will change.
Houston also apparently isn’t completely confident in Tom Savage as their starter for next season.
Her’s from more Texans news from around the web:
2017 NFL Draft: Houston Texans Post-Combine 7-Round Mock Draft [NFL Spin Zone – Randy Gurzi]
I can’t say I agree with the Texans first round pick.
Texans: How we got Brock Osweiler the hell out of Houston [NY Post -Justin Terranova]
It was a masterful job by Houston to get rid of a bad quarterback that they overpaid for last season.
Former Cowboy Ronald Leary won’t recruit Tony Romo to the Broncos [DallasNews.com]
It doesn’t mean the Broncos won’t pursue Romo if he becomes a free agent.
The Film Room: Scouting Alabama TE O.J. Howard [Battle Red Blog – Brett Kollmann]
I love Howard, but there’s no way he’ll be available when the Texans are on the clock and they don’t need to draft a tight end in the first round.
More from Toro Times
- Houston Texans Draft: Michael Mayer should be a no doubter at pick 12
- Houston Texans already telling fans the Davis Mills era is over
- Houston Texans have hand forced, waste no time in firing Lovie Smith
- Houston Texans: Pros and Cons of keeping Head Coach Lovie Smith
- There is just one way the Texans can lose the No. 1 pick
As Texans wait on Tony Romo, free-agent losses mount on defense [ESPN – Sarah Barshop]
The Texans will be fine on defense. This year’s draft is loaded.
Houston Texans Free Agency: Make A Run For Austin Pasztor? [House of Houston – Brian K. Patterson]
Pasztor may not be a bad option, but I’m not sure if he’s better at guard or tackle.
Texans should have interest in Chase Daniel [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]
We’ve seen nothing from Daniel as a starter. I’d sign him for the league minimum just to see what he can do.
Updated projected depth chart for 2017 Houston Texans [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]
The Texans depth chart certainly looks different without three starters.