By KRISTIE RIEKEN
AP Sports Writer
HOUSTON (AP) -- Listed at 346 pounds, Houston rookie guard Brandon Brooks outweighs anyone else on the team and is the heaviest player to ever suit up for the Texans.
Houston normally favors offensive linemen who are a bit smaller than the third-round pick, though they have said they don't see his size as a hindrance and insist he can do everything they want him to do.
Still, coach Gary Kubiak was unhappy with the player after he showed up to Tuesday's minicamp heavier than he was in their last workout.
"I did not like what I saw today," Kubiak said. "He's overweight and he's got to get down. But he's got a chance to be a good player."
Some outsiders questioned Houston's decision to draft the Miami, Ohio, star because most of the Texans' linemen weigh closer to 300 pounds than 350.
"With his size and stuff, there's been talk about that he's not our type of guy," Kubiak said. "That's bull ... he may not look like some of the guys we've played ...