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The Houston Texans gave up a future sixth-round pick to sign CB Keion Crossen. Questions remain about his purpose but Bill O’Brien addressed them recently.
Houston Texans fans — we’ve got five days to go before the start of the 2019 season is official. They’ll be taking on the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome to kick off the season and they will have their hands full against what most of us regard as a Super Bowl contender.

Drew Brees still remains in top form after all these years and I wouldn’t expect anything less out of him. His training/diet regimen is just as strict as Tom Brady‘s so it’s no surprise he’s still turning heads at age 40.

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With the NFL rules favoring protection of the quarterback, these guys could last a long time as long as they’re in shape. But the contrast is that Brett Favre tried to do it himself but it took one tumultuous hit in a playoff game in his last season with the Minnesota Vikings before he decided to call it a career.

Since then, the Saints and the New England Patriots are dead-set on ensuring their quarterbacks are protected. These guys also have quick releases on their passing so the defense doesn’t have an opportunity to get to them that often.

We’ll see how our pass rushers — sans Jadeveon Clowney — can get to Brees but that’s another storyline for another day.

Anyway, speaking of defense, the Houston Texans traded recently for cornerback Keion Crossen from the Patriots. Crossen is just in his sophomore season and has still a lot to prove in this league but the team feels that he can be a valuable contributor.

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As I wrote the other day, what could possibly be his purpose?

Bill O’Brien gave clarity indicating that he’s a replacement for special teams whiz Johnson Bademosi — who was traded to the Miami Dolphins in the Laremy Tunsil package — and here’s what he had to say via the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson:

“Johnson Bademosi did a lot of great things for us here, that was a tough decision,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “But when we decided to include Baddy in the trade with Miami, we felt like we had to replace that. Crossen’s a little bit of different player than Baddy, but both have excellent special teams production.”

He also added this tidbit:

“Keion Crossen played on a Super Bowl team last year, played well in the AFC championship game and is a great guy. Comes to our organization very highly thought of. I just met him and he’s got a lot of energy and I think he’s going to be a good addition.”

Bademosi was signed by the Houston Texans before the start of last season to a two-year, $6.25 million deal, making him the highest-paid special teams player in the NFL at the time. With him having a base salary of $2.5M for 2019 (the last season of his expiring contract), his versatility and team-friendly made him an asset the Houston Texans were willing to deal.

But let’s compare the numbers, shall we?

Pro Football Focus graded Bademosi out a 52.2 through 322 snaps in terms of his special teams

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work to which in all retrospect, is quite underwhelming. But the Houston Texans valued his versatility it may not have mattered to them.

Crossen received a 58.4 through 122 snaps in 2018, which is slightly better than his traded counterpart so the Houston Texans feel that they’re getting a player that could adequately replace him and could possibly morph into a valuable asset for the team.

I’m sure Brad Seely had a say in this and if he did, I certainly trust his knack for finding talent because of his sterling reputation and his ability to turn around this unit after the team ousted the disgraced Larry Izzo after two seasons as special teams coordinator (2016-17).

We’ll have to see how it goes but the bright side is that Crossen did have 12 tackles, one pick and five pass deflections last week in their final preseason game against the New York Giants.

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When the Houston Texans looked through the Seattle Seahawks’ depth chart to negotiate a Jadeveon Clowney trade, second-year outside linebacker Jacob Martin must’ve stood out as a player to get; they did just that.
A former Temple Owl, Martin doesn’t come to Houston with ideal size (6-2, 242 ), but he has the drive to make up for it. In Seattle, his tape reflected that of an outside linebacker that’s drinking four Red Bulls a game — he’s relentless off the edge and rarely slows down.

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When asked on Thursday what he brings to the Texans, energy is the first to come to mind.

“Energy, man,” said Martin. “One-hundred percent effort all the time. I bring the juice all the time, and making sure that guys that are playing with me understand that we’re talking and communicating. I’m just trying to bring some fire off the edge.”

As a rookie in 2018, Martin brought that fire off the edge. Playing as an undersized defensive end in Seattle’s 4-3 system, he recorded three sacks, eight quarterback hits, and two tackles for loss in 225 defensive snaps played.

In Houston, Martin will be used as a 3-4 outside linebacker; the role includes rushing off the edge and dropping back in coverage. Martin feels as if he can contribute in that role, particularly as a speed rusher.

“I’m good off the ball. I’m an edge rusher,” says Martin. “I’m a speed guy, so getting quarterbacks off the spot and getting sacks, just contributing to the already great pass rushers that are already here.”

Martin may not start with the Texans, but his skill set is ideal for a 3-4 that often prioritizes speed off the edge alongside defensive end J.J. Watt and outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus.

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Relocating to Houston, absorbing a new playbook, meeting new teammates as he gets acclimated to the Texans’ locker room and his fifth NFL team, it’s been a lot for veteran outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo.

Mingo was traded to the Texans along with outside linebacker Jacob Martin from the Seattle Seahawks for franchise player Jadeveon Clowney and a third-round draft pick.

“It’s been a pretty hectic week, getting a different playbook, being able to come in and practice with the guys, but it’s been great getting here, getting acclimated and just getting back to football,” Mingo said. “Just terminology. Word meaning different things, but once you get to translate all that kind of stuff you can marry up old terminology and new terminology and it makes things run even faster.”
Mingo is a former Cleveland Browns first-round draft pick from LSU. He has also played for the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts.

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Houston Texans bolster their cornerback depth with the addition of Cornell Armstrong prior to the start of the season.
The Houston Texans continue to tweak their 53 man roster prior to their season opener against the New Orleans Saints and added cornerback Cornell Armstrong to the secondary. Texans agreed to a deal after Armstrong went unclaimed through the NFL waiver wire on Sunday afternoon.

The move was announced according to Armstrong’s agent Brett Tessler after he was cut by the Miami Dolphins. Armstrong was selected by the Dolphins in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft but was part of the wave of players that were released as NFL teams got to their roster of 53 before the deadline set by the NFL.

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He is the second cornerback the Texans have brought in after trading a future sixth-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for Keion Crossen. Armstrong is joining a crowded group of cornerbacks that includes Johnathan Joseph, Bradley Roby, Aaron Colvin, Lonnie Johnson Jr., Xavier Crawford, and Crossen.

Armstrong has 15 games under his belt with 8 tackles in what turned out to be his first and only season with the Dolphins. He will likely be a reserve in the Texans secondary and assume a role on the special teams unit after the team traded one of the better special teams contributors in Johnson Bademosi in the blockbuster package that netted left tackle, Laremy Tunsil.

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Armstrong will be reuniting with former Dolphins teammates, Tunsil and receiver Kenny Stills in Houston, and will prepare for the first game on the national spotlight against the Saints on Monday night football.

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Houston Texans will sign veteran tight end Logan Paulsen to the 53 man roster.
The Houston Texans will be signing tight end Logan Paulsen to their 53 man roster according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Paulsen will be joining his fifth NFL team after going undrafted from UCLA in 2010. Paulsen caught on to the Washington Redskins for five seasons before spending short stints with the Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and the Atlanta Falcons.

Paulsen started in 65 of the 125 games he has appeared and has 91 receptions for 907 receiving yards and seven touchdown receptions. He was with the Falcons throughout last season and their previous training camp and preseason activities before being waived as the Falcons worked on trimming their roster to the 53 man roster for the 2019 regular season.

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He will be joining a crowded group of tight ends that includes Jordan Thomas, Jordan Akins, Darren Fells, Jerrell Adams, and Kahale Warring. Texans will more than likely reduce the number of the tight ends they bring for their first game of the regular season against the New Orleans Saints.

Warring is a candidate to be placed on the injured reserve after missing most of the Texans preseason with a hamstring injury and was going through the concussion protocol. Paulsen will be a welcome addition to the Texans locker room and be a good influence on the Texans young group of tight ends.

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Texans will have to make another move to incorporate cornerback Cornell Armstrong to the roster after his agent announced that he was joining Houston’s 53 man roster.

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The Houston Texans have had a bit of a strange offseason, and before the 2019 season, the reigning AFC South champions still have questions.
The Houston Texans are around one month away from their official training camp beginning, but before anyone looks that far ahead on the summer calendar, the Texans still have work to do and they aren’t the only ones who know that.

ESPN.com had various staff reports come up with an “offseason power rankings” where they have the 2018 AFC South champion Texans in the category of “too soon to tell,” due to how they’ve attacked their offseason. That said, the list had the Cleveland Browns in the “elite” category for all of the changes they’ve made over the past couple seasons.

The “too soon to tell” category, which is the last category on their list, consists of 15 teams as the jury is still out on how well or not so well their offseason has gone, and to be honest, that is a very understandable ranking for the Texans this offseason.

Remember, the Texans fired now former general manager Brian Gaine earlier this month so that leaves a void in the front office. They were also hit with tampering charges by the New England Patriots — though they were later dropped — as they were pursuing Nick Caserio for their vacant general manager spot.

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Houston is also questionable on the offensive line for 2019, especially following their ’18 showing. Even though the Texans drafted two players with three picks in rounds one and two of the 2019 NFL Draft, who knows when Tytus Howard and Max Scharping will be ready for NFL action on the offensive line.

That brings everything back to the ESPN.com ranking of the Texans, as Texans reporter Sarah Barshop wrote the following on the Texans’ biggest question that still needs to be answered this offseason:

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“Who will play left tackle? This has been the question since the Texans traded Duane Brown to the Seahawks in 2017. Houston made some moves this offseason, but whether or not the offensive line has improved will depend on whether Howard can step in and play well in his rookie season.”

I can’t agree with this statement any more because the Texans do need to improve immensely on the offensive line. Until that problem is taken care of — they were one of the worst units in the entire NFL last season — the Texans will struggle when games matter the most.

Houston is banking on their current roster of offensive linemen to get the job done, show great improvement and for their rookies to develop.

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Who knows if any of that will occur this season, but one thing is for certain: once training camp rolls around and the players get their pads on, we’ll all know who has gained the needed improvement, and which players have not.

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Tytus Howard may have been a surprise to fans and media, but the scouting community has been aware of his talents for quite some time.

Texans general manager Brian Gaine plucked the offensive tackle from Alabama State with the 23rd overall pick on Thursday evening, and he said the first-rounder has been on a lot of teams’ radars for awhile.

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“He was a guy that the whole National Football League knew about as early as the month of June and then when you went and saw him play in August and September and the early portions of the fall, you saw a good-looking prospect,” Gaine said. “Like I said, he passed the test at every stage of our evaluation. Happy to have him.”

Alabama State is a member of the SWAC, but before conference play began last fall, Howard acquitted himself well in a non-conference matchup against Auburn.

 

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He continued impressing the NFL scouting community throughout the season and in the pre-Draft process, and Howard never doubted his capabilities.

“I was expecting first round,” the newest Texan said, when asked how high he thought he might get drafted.

Gaine, who reeled off all of Howard’s impressive physical qualities in a Thursday evening press conference after the first round, also is impressed with the first-rounder’s mental game on and off the field.
“The best selections, I know I have said this in the past, are the ones where you have a guy that meets the physical profile with the intangible profile and we like that profile on offensive lineman, especially,” Gaine said. “He’s going to be a good addition to what I would say the offensive line room. He’s going to be a very good addition in terms of the football personality in the offensive line room.”

Gaine and the Texans will add more to the roster tonight. They own the 54th, 55th and 86th overall picks.

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The Texans selected Stanford safety
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General manager Brian Gaine said several things stood out to him while evaluating Reid: (1) the prototypical body type of the 6-1, 210-pound safety, (2) his production and (3) his versatility, from lining up at strong or free safety and effectively playing the run or the pass.
“Very smart guy,” head coach Bill O’Brien said of Reid. “Brian (Gaine) had a really good vision for the guy and we talked about it a lot. We saw him there, we were able to go get him. It was an exciting pick for us so we’re really, really happy to add him to our roster.”
The youngest brother of Eric Reid impressed teams at the NFL Combine, where he clocked the second-fastest 40-time among safeties at 4.40 seconds, six reps of 225 on the bench press, a 36.5-inch vertical jump and a 10-8 broad jump. His 6.65 3-cone time was one of the top ten at the entire Combine.
Reid played three seasons at Stanford (2015-17) and recorded 99 tackles (52 solo), 6.5 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack five interceptions, six pass breakups in 2017.
In the Harris 100, John Harris ranks Reid at No. 55 overall. Harris writes:
“He played 30% of his snaps at safety, 54% at nickel/slot cornerback and 15+% were down in the box. He has excellent cover skills. I see him as a best fit as a nickel/slot with the way he can cover. The range he has in coverage can help set him apart from a bunch of other safeties in this class. He makes more plays on the ball and is better in coverage than he is a rock hard hitter. He doesn’t pack a wallop when he hits, but he doesn’t miss many tackles, if at all. I love his coverage range and that’ll make teams more interested.”
Brian Gaine, in his first draft as general manager, fortified the Texans secondary with another key addition at safety this offseason,
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Reid’s brother Eric played alongside Mathieu at LSU and it appears that Justin will get to do the same in Houston.

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HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Texans were left searching for answers about how to turn things around after their third straight loss.

One thing they won’t do is switch quarterbacks, with coach Bill O’Brien saying Monday that Tom Savage will start on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

Savage threw for 221 yards and a touchdown on Sunday in his second start since rookie Deshaun Watson sustained a season-ending knee injury in practice. But he was also intercepted twice and lost two fumbles in a 33-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, raising questions whether the Texans should replace him with T.J. Yates this week.

O’Brien brushed off that possibility, insisting the problems on offense aren’t all Savage’s fault.

”It starts with coaching,” O’Brien said. ”We’ve all got to coach better, starting with me, but it’s never about one guy; it’s never been about one guy. Football’s about 11 guys trying to do the right thing on every play.”

While O’Brien shifted the blame off of Savage, the quarterback disagreed with his coach.

”To be honest with you, it’s on the quarterback when (we) put up seven points,” he said. ”It’s on me.”

Sunday was Savage’s third start this season. He started the opener before being benched at halftime for Watson after losing two fumbles. He’s performed much the same in the last two weeks, with the offense managing one touchdown each in losses to the Colts and Rams. It’s a stark change from when Watson was running the unit and the Texans set a franchise record by scoring more than 30 points in five straight games.

O’Brien isn’t concerned about Savage’s confidence and scoffed at the notion that he needs to encourage him this week.

”I’m not going to come into the quarterback room with two pom-poms and do handstands and try to pump him up and say: ‘You’re the best, you can do it,’ like the little engine that could,” O’Brien said. ”That’s not what I do. I just try to coach him, try to get him to play better.”

To do that O’Brien said Savage needs to work on ball security and reads, and the rest of the players on offense must do more to help him.

The Texans got a big game from DeAndre Hopkins on Sunday: seven receptions for 111 yards. But Savage had trouble connecting with Houston’s other receivers and none of the rest of them finished with more than 40 yards receiving.

His job could be tougher this week with Will Fuller’s status in question after the receiver injured his ribs against the Rams.

”He’s slightly built, so I don’t know,” O’Brien said of the 6-foot, 185-pound Fuller. ”We’ll have to see how that goes during the week.”

With Savage having trouble getting Houston’s offense going on Sunday, O’Brien inserted Braxton Miller at quarterback for a couple of wildcat-type plays. Miller, who starred at quarterback at Ohio State before moving to receiver, didn’t attempt a pass.

”Just trying to mix it up a little bit,” O’Brien said. ”I just felt like it didn’t really help the rhythm of the offense. It wasn’t Braxton’s fault. It just didn’t really help what we were trying to do. It didn’t have the effect that I thought it was going to have.”

Sunday’s loss left the Texans (3-6) in third place in the AFC South, three games behind the Jaguars and Titans. They’ll have to find a cure for their offensive woes quickly if they hope to have any chance of reaching the postseason for the third straight year.

”Any time you lose – what three in a row? You’ve got to be worried,” cornerback Kareem Jackson said. ”But at the same time, I know the type of guys we got in the locker room. We’re a resilient group. I feel like we can come out of anything. We’ve just got to stay together and continue to fight.”

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Watt scored his fifth touchdown on November 30, 2014, catching a one-yard pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Texans quarterback. With this reception, Watt became the first defensive lineman to have scored at least five touchdowns in a season since 1944.[39]

On December 21, Watt recorded his 54th sack as a Texan in a win against the Baltimore Ravens. With that sack, he surpassed Mario Williams as the franchise leader in sacks. On December 28, 2014, Watt had a sack for his first career safety against the Jacksonville Jaguars which gave him 3 sacks on the day[40] and 20.5 on the season, becoming the first player in NFL history to have 20 or more sacks in separate seasons.[41] Watt also finished the season with a career-high 5 fumble recoveries and 5 touchdowns.

The good: star defensive end J.J. Watt is progressing rapidly in his rehabilitation from back surgery and could be back in time for the season opener.
The bad: rookie center Nick Martin underwent ankle surgery and is expected to be out for the season. And in another blow to the offensive line, Duane Brown may not be ready for the first game.

Watt’s recovery has gone so well that he could play in the Sept. 11 opener against the Chicago Bears, said people who were aware of Watt’s status but not authorized to speak publicly.

For his outstanding season, Watt was unanimously named to the 2014 All-Pro First Team as a defensive end and named to the All-Pro second team as a defensive tackle. Watt was also named to the 2015 Pro Bowl where Cris Carter, team captain of Team Carter, selected Watt to be his captain on defense. During the game, Watt recorded a fumble recovery and an interception and after the game was named Defensive MVP. He also won the Defensive Player of the Year award, one of the few to win the award multiple times. He also became the first defensive player since 2008 to get votes for the MVP award, receiving 13.[42]

“J.J. Watt, he actually lifted on Friday, passed his conditioning test (Sunday),” Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer said on the pregame show before the Texans beat the Cardinals 34-24 in their third preseason game. “He wants to practice this week. Head coach Bill O’Brien said, ‘hey let’s slow it down.’

“Anybody else, I don’t think they’d be back week 1. J.J. Watt is not like anybody else. I think there is a very strong chance he does play.”