The Morning Fix: Tom Savage has the most to prove

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Good morning Houston! The weekend is once again here and we have plenty of Houston Texans’ reading material for you.

I believe cornerback Kareem Jackson will end up starting at safety this season for the Texans.

Check out our breakdown of the Texans’ tight ends heading into training camp.

I have an idea of what DeAndre Hopkins’ new contract will look like.

Here’s some more news:

Ross Tucker talks AFC South [CBS Houston]

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Tom Savage is the Texans player with the most to prove in 2017 [FanRag Sports]

Yes this is true. This will probably be his only chance at solidifying himself as an NFL starter.

Texans CB Robert Nelson is confident and embracing competition []

Sounds like Nelson is developing into a good player.

Why Football Outsiders, Vegas Disagree On 2017 Houston Texans [Battle Red Blog]

This is an interesting article.

Off-Season Report Cards: AFC South [The MMQB]

Offseason report cards are great because they’re often wrong.

Texans secondary coach John Butler confident in system [Houston Chronicle]

The Texans’ secondary seems to play well no matter who is on the field.

Colin Kaepernick: 10 Backups who QB could replace [NFL Spin Zone]

He could replace both Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden.

Texans’ speediest player: Wendall Williams [ESPN]

Texans’ most important 2017 game: Week 17 at Colts [ESPN]

This game could decide whether Houston returns to the playoffs.

Welker Helping Returners, Inputting Data In Rookie Coaching Season [CBS Houston]

Welker brings so much to the table as a coach.

Do You Trust The Texans To *Not* Waste DeAndre Hopkins Prime? [CBS Houston]

As long as either Savage of Deshaun Watson develop into a franchise quarterback the Texans won’t waste Hopkins’ prime.