Good morning Houston! We’ve got your Sunday dose of Houston Texans news.
Cal quarterback Davis Webb seems to think he’ll be drafted in the first round. I hope the Texans avoid him.
The Texans have some workouts lined up with draft prospects as they prepare for next month’s draft.
Here’s some more Texans’ news:
Houston Texans NFL Draft 2017: Go After Taylor Moton? [House of Houston – Brian K. Patterson]
Moton is a good looking player. Would be great if Houston could get him in the second round.
Texans attend Michigan pro day packed with NFL prospects and personnel [Texans Wire – Jody Smith]
I wonder if the Texans are eyeing safety Jabrill Peppers.
Do Texans Need To Trade Up In NFL Draft To Get It Right At QB? [CBS Houston – Matt Hammond]
No, they should stay where they are. I don’t feel like trading up is worth it wit this year’s quarterback class.
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Former NFL Quarterback Says Cutler Is Crazy Enough to Work for Texans, But That’s Just Crazy [CBS Houston – Shaun Bijani]
The Texans will not be signing Cutler.
Is The 2017 QB Draft Class Better Than We Think? [CBS Houston – Matt Hammond]
I hope so. At least for the Texans sake.
John McClain and Aaron Wilson’s NFL mock draft 3.0 [Houston Chronicle – Aaron Wilson, John McClain]
Another mock draft for you guys to look over.
Here’s some NFL news:
Roger Goodell sends ominous letter to Oakland mayor [Pro Football Talk – Michael Gehlken]
The Raiders are on their way to Las Vegas whether the NFL likes it or not.
Martellus Bennett pledges to donate jersey sales profit [Pro Football Talk – Michael Gehlken]
Love reading stories like this.
How can NFL reconcile loving Las Vegas and loathing betting lines? [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]
Time for the NFL to get over gambling.