The Morning Fix: NFL trying to speed up games and more

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Good morning Houston! Houston Texans draft talk is certainly heating up with pro days well under way.

On Wednesday I was able to examined whether or not the Texans should trade up for a quarterback this year.

The good news about losing so many free agents this offseason is that the Texans will be getting plenty of compensatory picks in 2018.

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

Ryan Ramczyk, Raekwon McMillan to Texans in latest mock [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]

I would take Gareett Bolles and Cam Robinson over Ramczyk.

Could Mitchell Trubisky and Tony Romo both be the answer at QB? [Texans Wire – Jody Smith]

The more I read about Trubisky, the less I care for him as a player.  I definitely wouldn’t take him in the first round.

Houston Texans Bleed Through Free Agency, Play Waiting Game [NFL Spin Zone – Luke Sims]

It’s the best game they can play right now.

Houston Texans NFL Draft 2017: Pull Out The Stops For Mitch Trubisky? [House of Houston – Brian K. Patterson]

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Here’s some news from around the NFL:

Goodell suggests enhanced use of play clocks [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]

If this will help games move along faster, I’m all for it.

Goodell hints at substantive changes to game broadcasts [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]

It will be interesting to see what comes of this.

Roger Goodell: Changes coming to reduce downtime in broadcasts [Pro Football Talk – Darin Gantt]

Commercials every five minutes need to go away. We don’t need them in between a touchdown and kickoff and than after the kick off return.