The Morning Fix: Texans checking out wide receiver prospects and more

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Good morning Houston! I hope everyone’s week has started off well. There hasn’t been a lot of Houston Texans’ news over the past few days, but we have come across a few good pieces.

I do have to say I agree with Michael Irvin that the Texans will never be the most popular team in the state of Texas. But they do have a better overall roster than the Dallas Cowboys right now.

I find it interesting that the Texans have been checking out wide receiver prospects.

Here’s some more Texans news from around the web:

Steelers, Texans, Chargers together in free agent inactivity [ESPN – Jeremy Fowler]

Houston fans shouldn’t be alarmed with the Texans inactivity in free agency.

Texans check out prospects at Arizona State pro day [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]

Like every other NFL team, the Texans are attending every pro day they can.

Even if Texans acquire Tony Romo, there’s a need to draft QB [ESPN – Sarah Barshop]

Of course there is and it will likely happen in the first round.

More from Toro Times

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Is This The Best Realistic QB Option For The Texans? [Battle Red Blog – Tim]

An interesting quarterback choice for the Texans in the first round.

Where Will Tony Romo Land Next Season? [Battle Red Blog – Tim]

With the Houston Texans. At least that’s what I believe.

Ryan Ramczyk isn’t a 1st-round NFL left tackle [SB Nation – Stephen White]

This is an interesting take on Ramczyk from a former NFL player.