The Morning Fix: Andre Johnson a Hall of Famer? and more

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Good morning Houston! Here’s your Houston Texans news dump for the day.

The Texans worked out Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya.  He would an interesting fit since he has experience in a pro style offense.

Sounds like Patrick Mahomes and Bill O’Brien love each other.

Check out our breakdown of Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey.

Here’s some more Texans’ news:

Texans react on social media to Andre Johnson’s retirement [ESPN]

It was a great way to officially end Johnson’s great NFL career.

Ranking every Houston Texans draft class [Houston Chronicle – Matt Young]

This is great.

Hopkins wants Deshaun Watson, Clemson connection in Houston [Texans Wire]

I’m with Hopkins. I want Watson as I well.

Andre Johnson will retire a Texan, but will he be a Hall of Famer? [ESPN Sarah Barshop]

Yes it’s a no-brainer.

Retired wideout Johnson recalls playing ‘angry’ [ESPN – Sarah Barshop]

Don’t most players play angry?  I think you have to in order to survive in the NFL.

Biggest draft ‘what if?’: Derek Carr in Houston [ESPN – NFL Nation]

The Texans would be Super Bowl contenders.

Texans Could Be Planning For 2018 Now [CBS Houston – Ryan McCredden]

Johnson’s Case For The HOF [CBS Houston – Jeremy Branham]

It’s a lock that Johnson will get in. It will just take time.

Texans Could Be Planning For 2018 Now [CBS Houston – Ryan McCredden]

More from Toro Times

Will Texans Draft DeShone Kizer To Be Their QB Of The Future? [CBS Houston – Matt Hammond]

Kizer would be an interesting pick. Some people believe he won’t go until the second round.

Here’s some NFL news:

Browns could trade up from No. 12 to draft Mitchell Trubisky [Pro Football Talk – Michael David Smith]

This would make sense since they won’t be taking him with the first overall pick.

Time names Colin Kaepernick one of the 100 most influential people in the world [Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio]

Too bad Kaepernick is still a free agent.

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