The Morning Fix: Texans began OTA’s without any hold outs

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Good morning Houston! Things have been a little slow lately when it comes to the Houston Texans.  But that’s expected this time of year.

Bill Barnwell of ESPN doesn’t think the Texans had a great offseason and it’s hard to disagree with him.

Deshaun Watson and D’Onta Foreman now have their own rookie cards.

Here’s some more news:

How NFL teams should unleash top rookies [ESPN]

Should the Texans have Deshaun Watson start week one?

How Deshaun Watson’s contract compares to other Texans [Texans Wire]

This is an interesting read.

Iyer: Watson Can Handle Himself [CBS Houston]

I agree. This is why Watson will be the Texans’ starter at some point in 2017.

Texans show commitment to Dylan Cole, Eli Ankou as UDFAs [Texans Wire]

Cole and Ankou received more guaranteed money than seventh round pick Kyle Fuller.

Texans OTAs kick off with no holdouts or drama [Texans Wire]

Thank goodness.

Deshaun Watson a strong candidate for offensive rookie of the year [Texans Wire]

Watson has the cast around him to succeed right away.

Texans hoping for ‘exponential growth’ from Will Fuller, Braxton Miller [Houston Chronicle]

If Fuller and Miller can take a big step forward this coming season, there’s no doubt the Texans will be back in the playoffs.

Breakfast: What OTAs are like []

More from Toro Times

The Houston Texans Being Cautious with D’Onta Foreman Heading into OTAs [State of the Texans]

It’s better to be cautious with some players if they’re physically not ready for the NFL after only preparing for draft workouts.

Ex-Oregon State DB Treston Decoud looks to make an impact with Houston Texans [Oregon Live]

It would be great if the Texans could turn Decoud into another A.J. Bouye.