Good morning Houston! Minicamp is now over for the Houston Texans so all we can do is wait patiently for training camp.
Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien doesn’t see any problems with Desaun Watson’s accuracy despite what many draft experts have said.
D.J. Reader could be in for a breakout year.
Here’s a breakdown of the Texans’ first four games of the 2017 season.
Here’s some more news from around the web:
Texans assistant Wes Welker impresses DeAndre Hopkins [Houston Chronicle]
Looks like Welker knows what he’s doing as a coach after a stellar playing career.
J.J. Watt ready to make that first contact [Houston Chronicle]
We’re all ready to watch Watt.
Texans rewarded with two-day minicamp instead of three [Houston Chronicle]
I’m not sure if an extra day would have hurt. It’s not like they have that many workouts in the offseason.
Tom Savage works to bond with Texans receivers [Houston Chronicle]
This is huge. If Savage can form a good relationship with his receivers, it will help a lot.
Texans’ J.J. Watt says his back feels great [Houston Chronicle]
We’ll see ho Watt’s back holds up when the season begins.
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Hopefully Savage will work with his receivers between now and training camp.
After a big year with Texans, Jadeveon Clowney full of positive energy [Houston Chronicle]
Clowney should be very confident heading into the upcoming season.
Crosby must be a Watt fan.