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State of the Texans:
With the draft in the books, and far too much to talk about in one show, Pat, Cleaver and Mike talk about the picks from the first two days, their overall thoughts and what the expectations for them as rookies on the 2013 Houston Texans will be.
BEST OF MAXIM
Trying to get Houston Texans fans connected with their rookie draft class, we dug up some good stories on them. Enjoy.
DeAndre Hopkins Baptized at Practice
Hopkins Tough Road to get to Houston
Clemson Football Blog Reacts to Hopkins Being Drafted
Swearinger Joins Teammate and Rival in Houston
The Swearinger Effect
One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to HoustoTexans.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Texans have signed 25 rookie free agents.
Michigan State CB Johnny Adams
Ohio State FB Zach Boren
The story around the NFL last week was about the 2013 NFL Draft. In Houston, the draft garnered excitement as well, but it was what the organization did afterwards that caught my eye. The Texans have one of the top running backs in the NFL in Arian Foster and another young talented back in Ben Tate. Foster led all running backs in touches in 2012 and Ben Tate can’t seem to...
After going undrafted at the NFL Draft, former Kansas State star Collin Klein will get a chance to play quarterback for the Houston Texans. Well at least during training camp. Or maybe not even then.
According to John McClain of the Houston Article, it’s not likely the Texans will head into camp with the 5 quarterbacks.
Collin Klein will play QB with Texans. He joins Matt Schaub...
2013 NFL Draft Grades – AFC South Houston Texans - B- The Texans had a big need at WR and grabbing DeAndre Hopkins was a solid pick, but with Cordarrelle Patterson on the board I think he would have been a better one. D.J. Swearinger was a great pick to come in and challenge Danieal [...]
Concluding draft season in the second half of our Texans Draft Review, we give our thoughts on the day three picks and invite in NFL Draft expert Shane Hallam from Draft TV and Draft Countdown in an extended segment to discuss the Texans overall draft and any potential hope for the large batch of signed undrafted free agents.
The Houston Texans know they will have some company atop the AFC South this year. Closely trailing them are the Indianapolis Colts and if this were a track meet, the distance between front runner and trailer would be inches and seconds.The Texans, fresh off another division title and lackluster performance in the playoffs, had a good draft where they added speed at receiver in DeAndre...
BETTER: The Texans bid farewell to several productive starters from back-to-back playoff teams in James Casey, Connor Barwin and Glover Quin. They responded by signing a group of veterans in Ed Reed, Shane Lechler and Greg Jones.
The drafting of DeAndre Hopkins, an explosive wide receiver from Clemson, might provide Andre Johnson the complementary talent that the...