Good morning Houston! We have some interesting Houston Texans news for you today.
ESPN insiders all believe that Tony Romo will end up with the Texans.
DeShone Kizer impressed some people at his pro day.
FanSided released a first round mock draft and of course we have the Texans taking a quarterback.
Here’s some Texans news from around the web:
Houston Texans Free Agency: Why Has The Team Been Standing Pat? [House of Houston – Brian K. Patterson]
Don’t worry Texans’ fans, they will improve their roster through the draft.
Mixed reports on Mitchell Trubisky pro day performance [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]
The more I read about Trubisky, the less I care for him as a player.
Mock draft watch: Forrest Lamp to Texans in USA Today projection [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]
Lamp would be a great pick if the Texans can get him in the second round.
Michigan State pro day offered Texans more than Malik McDowell [Texans Wire – Jeff Risdon]
The Spartans have been developing some great football players.
2017 NFL Draft: Should The Texans Draft A Safety In The First Round? [Battle Red Blog – Luke Beggs]
No. The Texans definitely need to draft a safety, but the first round is way too early.
Here’s some NFL news:
Competition Committee proposes change to hiring procedures for coaches [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]
The NFL needs to get rid of the Rooney rule. It was created for a great purpose, but now teams only interview minority coaches so they can hire the guy they really want.
Dan Snyder wants to be able to opt out of “Color Rush” [Pro Football Talk – Michael David Smith]
Uniforms? We’re talking about uniforms. Not the game, not the game, but uniforms. Come on Dan Snyder.
NFL to consider 15 new rules, 6 new bylaws, 3 new resolutions [Pro Football Talk – Michael David Smith]
There are certainly some interesting proposals here.
Eagles propose allowing teams to have second helmet [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]
I’m all for this. The NFL’s current rule of not allowing second helmets is silly.
Report: Bears finalizing deal with Mark Sanchez [Pro Football Talk – Michael Gehlken]
It’s amazing Sanchez is still in the NFL.