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Good morning Houston! We have plenty of great Houston Texans news for you to read over today.
Brock Osweiler believes that he can start for the Cleveland Browns. I appreciate his confidence, but he has a lot to prove.
It’s great to see Deshaun Watson putting in extra work.
Here’s some more news:
Who lost the offseason? From Kaepernick to the Texans, here are 10 candidates [CBS Sports]
There’s a belief that trading up for Deshaun Watson will backfire.
Top front sevens in 2017? Texans, Seahawks, Panthers [NFL.com]
The Texans come in at No. 1.
Chemotherapy behind him, David Quessenberry sets sights on making Texans [Yahoo! Sports]
Everyone is rooting for Quessenberry.
Lamar Miller was NFL’s most reliable receiving RB in 2016 [Texans Wire]
Miller is one of the most underrated backs in the NFL. He can do it all.
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Savage: “I’m Just Worried About My Execution” [CBS Houston]
We are all worried about that.
Should Brandon Weeden Have A Chance To Win Texans QB Job? [CBS Houston]
Not at all. I would start Watson over Weeden any day of the week.
Should all players boycott “voluntary” offseason workouts? [Pro Football Talk]
I don’t understand why they’re not mandatory.
Rich McKay: New overtime rule is about safety, not making games better [Pro Football Talk]
I’m afraid there will be more ties in 2017.