The Morning Fix: Bill O’Brien learned a lot from Brock Osweiler situation and more

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Good morning Houston! I hope everyone has a great Saturday.  Here’s your Houston Texans news for this morning.

Trading for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman would be a mistake.

Houston is taking a look at a Texas A&M left tackle.

The Texans were able to get a first hand look at Josh Dobbs during his pro day.  I don’t believe he would be a good pick for them.

Here’s some more Texans’ news:

Houston Texans: Can Bill O’Brien Get Team Over the Hump? [NFL Spin Zone – Luke Sims]

It’s not on O’Brien. He needs a franchise quarterback.

Texans’ Bill O’Brien learned a lot from experience with Brock Osweiler [ESPN – Sarah Barshop]

I’m sure he did.  The entire NFL learned from the Texans’ biggest mistake in franchise history.

Texans Draft Profile: Western Kentucky offensive lineman Forrest Lamp [Texans Wire]

Lamp is a good looking prospect.  But he’s not first round worthy.

Does Jerry Jones Really Care About Tony Romo’s Best “Interests”? [CBS Houston – Matt Hammond]

No, Jones only cares about money and winning.

More from Toro Times

Here’s some NFL news:

LaDainian Tomlinson to San Diego: I didn’t sell out [Pro Football Talk – Michael Gehlken]

Tomlinson can say what he wants, but he’s now supporting a Chargers team that abandoned the city of San Diego. Fans have a right to be mad.

NHL owner doesn’t want the Raiders in Vegas [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]

Sounds like someone is mad they didn’t get as much money for their franchise.

End in sight for Tony Romo saga? Key date nears [Pro Football Talk – Michael Gehlken]

It would be amazing if the Cowboys release Romo anytime soon.