The Morning Fix: Offseason winners and losers for Texans

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Good morning Houston! We are now in the slowest part of the offseason, but training camp is only weeks away. Here’s some Houston Texans’ news to hold you over.

D’Onta Foreman signed his rookie contract this past weekend, so now the Texans will head into training camp with all of their draft picks signed.

I’m glad NFL Spin Zone agrees with me that DeAndre Hopkins is still a top-10 wide receiver.

Here’s some more news from around the web:

Texans rookie runner D’Onta Foreman learning ‘how to be a pro’ [Houston Chronicle]

I got a feeling that Foreman is going to help the Texans as a rookie more than people expect.

What Was the Texans’ Best Offseason Add? [Bleacher Report]

This is easy. Deshaun Waton.

Bill O’Brien is expecting a big jump from the #Texans WRs in 2017 []

Tom Savage needs the Texans’ receivers to step up.

Now the minicamp is over, here’s a look at the Texans’ offseason [ESPN]

More from Toro Times

Houston Texans rookie pressure rankings for 2017 [Texans Wire]

Watson has to be No. 1 since no one expects Savage to be the long-term answer.

Winners and losers of Houston Texans offseason [Texans Wire]

Brian Cushing is a loser after Houston drafted Zach Cunningham.

Bill O’Brien says Brandon Weeden made strides during Texans’ spring drills [Houston Chronicle]

Hopefully we won’t have to see Weeden start this coming season.

Houston Texans add questions at QB by drafting Deshaun Watson [ESPN]