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Randall Cobb seeks to play in his 10th NFL season with his third team, the Houston Texans.

Having such longevity in the NFL, and a Pro Bowl selection at that, doesn’t come easily. Often times, it takes another leading by example to help athletes along in their careers.

For Cobb, he knows who has had the biggest impact on his career.

“I would say, probably the player was Jordy Nelson when I was up in Green Bay, just looking at the way that he approached things,” Authentic Randall Cobb Jersey told the Houston media on a conference call on March 27.

When the former 2011 second-round pick from Kentucky arrived to the Green Bay Packers, who were coming off of a win in Super Bowl XLV, the receiving corps was stacked. Nelson was just one of a plethora of receivers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had to choose from, including Pro Bowlers Greg Jennings and Donald Driver along with James Jones.

“Watching the way that they went about their business, watching the way that they communicated with each other, it was all about the team and how they can make each other better, because they know at the end of the day, the more reps that we had on the field, the better that would be overall,” Cobb explained.

Cobb highlighted Nelson particularly because the former 2008 second-round pick from Kansas State was consistent in all of his endeavors.

Said Cobb: “He was the same every day, practiced the same every day. He ate the same meals every morning. He went into the weight room and did what he needed to. Before practice, after practice, throughout. Going into the training room and getting everything that he needed. He made sure he took care of his body and he was very, very good with his communication skills about teaching young guys and helping young guys understand what we were trying to accomplish.”

The Packers never accomplished that in Cobb’s time: adding the franchise’s fifth Super Bowl win. However, with such a consistent approach from Cobb, it should help ease the burden of developing chemistry with Texans quarterback Authentic Deshaun Watson Jersey and his new-look receiving corps.

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The Houston Texans fanbase is still reeling from the exit of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the roster with a trade with the Arizona Cardinals. State of the Texans decided to a mailbag answering readers’ questions regarding the organization heading into April.

Covering the topics of David Johnson, Authentic Kahale Warring Jersey, Zach Fulton, and a potential Authentic Deshaun Watson Jersey extension, there are plenty of storylines for the Texans starting the week.

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What role, if any, will Kahale Warring play this year? via @PaulMorg88
Hey PaulMorg88,

Just like last season Authentic Darren Fells Jersey returning to the Texans solidifies him to the starting role while Authentic Jordan Akins Jersey will continue his role as the pass-catching option in 11 personnel (three-wide receivers). That leaves Warring in direct competition with Authentic Jordan Thomas Jersey with whatever role is left at the tight end group. Last season, the Texans showed that they will keep four tight ends on the roster, and they could do that again in 2020. A leg injury slowed Authentic Kahale Warring Jersey during the start of training camp, and a concussion suffered in joint practices with Green Bay. Talent is not the issue with Warring; it’s going to be about winning over the coaching staff when he hits the field with the team. He is going to have to win a role with the offense.

Any chance Clowney signs in Houston for a 1-year deal? via @DROBriant
Hello DRO,

That would be great, wouldn’t it? The return of Authentic Jadeveon Clowney Jersey to the Texans would send everyone into a frenzy. Clowney still lives in the Houston area with his family and trains in the city too, but it is a long shot that it would happen. It doesn’t feel like things ended well after a back and forth for a couple of seasons on a potential contract ending with a trade to Seattle, but bringing back Clowney would be one for the ages.

What are the chances we offer Watson his big contract before training camp starts? How much money do you think it would be? via @JJHOU99
Hello,

The most significant factor is the Dallas Cowboys getting a deal done with quarterback Dak Prescott. That will help set the bar for Watson and the Texans. There is little incentive for Watson and his representatives to complete a deal without knowing what other quarterbacks are worth to their teams. Until Prescott lands a deal, it is hard to see the Texans and Watson moving forward on a deal.

As for a contract for Watson, we are probably looking at $37-40 annually, with nearly $100 million guaranteed. Our good friend TexansCap.com put together a mock deal for Watson, and it helps outline what a potential agreement would look like. (Read TexansCap.com Watson Deal Here)

Can BOB stabilize Watson and make him top 5 QB for more than 8 games a season? via @rz19842
Thanks for the question RZ19842,

That is a good question, and it compares to the chicken versus the egg conversation. Is it Watson, or is it the offensive gameplan. It will no longer be up to O’Brien to make Watson tick, and it will now be up to offensive coordinator Tim Kelly to improve the offense. Add in Kelly is the new quarterback coach for Watson, plenty of the responsibility falls directly on him for the upcoming season. Watson himself will need to improve on reading defenses, especially second level blitzes from the secondary and dogs from linebackers. He sometimes has trouble picking those looks up, and it has created pressure issues on Watson.

What’s Bill O’Brien seeing in Authentic David Johnson Jersey? What’s made him trade rather than just wait for a decent free agent to shake loose? via @randomdogname
Hey RandomDogName,

There are a few things that occurred for David Johnson to be acquired by the Texans. It took Carlos Hyde to turn down a deal, DeAndre Hopkins to have contract demands the Texans were unwilling to meet and Bill O’Brien in all of his trades bring back a player that they feel have worth to their roster.

In this case, it was Johnson.

The Texans did not want to create two roster holes, and by landing Johnson, it gives them two backs in David and Authentic Duke Johnson Jersey that they feel can expand their offense every down.

Remember last season when Hyde was on the field, 16 passing targets in 526 offensive snaps. With Hyde on the field, it made the running back position a non-factor in the passing game, and they felt Johnson brings them two running backs that make the defense defend every offensive player on the field.

Last season, Johnson lined up in the slot for 67 snaps and during his All-Pro season in 2016 Johnson not only lined up in the backfield but he was able to line up in the slot (76 snaps) and out wide (121 snaps). His ability to move in the formation only expands the Texans offense with him on the field making the defense match up players snap to snap.

Right or wrong, getting a player back that can help their offense was a priority in the deal to prevent more roster issues.

I would not rule out another running back showing up via the draft or free agency.

Is RB still a possibility with one of the earlier picks? via @DBAMOS
Hi DBRAMOS,

With two second-round picks plus the third-round pick have some value to them, there is reason to think running back could be had later in the draft. The Texans have three seventh-round selections plus moves to land undrafted free agents post-draft.

Also, keep an eye on Karan Higdon Jr., who will be back in the fold after showing up to the Texans last season after injuring his knee training during the off-season. He had a strong ending to training camp and the preseason, which allowed him to spend the entire season with the team on the practice squad. Landing a reserve/futures deal at the end of the season, Higdon is one player to keep a pulse on heading into the off-season.

Out of our receiver pool, who do we think Watson will lean on the most? via @greekgodofhair
Hey Ashby,

The grand plan would be to continue to make Will Fuller V the explosive playmaker he is, but with his injury history, it is hard to feel comfortable with that plan. My early guess a player like Randall Cobb could rake in the reception being the slot receiver with experience in the offense. It would be the first time a real slot player would be in the Texans offense since O’Brien took over in 2014. With how much 11-personnel the Texans like playing, it will leave Cobb in the middle of the field in Watson’s sights to make plays. My early guess is that Cobb will be a catching machine in the middle of the formation.

Are the Texans relying on scheme changes to improve the defense? No new pass rushers have been added and waiting for the draft is a mistake imo via @keyfro
Hello, keyfro,

The best part of this is that your question is being answered on March 30th, 2020. This means that there are nearly four months until the season starts, and with the COVID-19 pandemic, the season timeline is up in the air for the start of the season. If anything, there is plenty of time for a free-agent signing, the NFL Draft, roster moves before week one even kicks off. The Texans need a pass rush to help their defense out, and that is the lifeline for any defense. What should not be overlooked is that the Texans are looking for growth from both Authentic Charles Omenihu Jersey and Authentic Jacob Martin Jersey the second year in the system and a possible bounce back from injury from Authentic Duke Ejiofor Jersey. Now, it will not hurt for the Texans to draft another pass rusher, but they have three younger players to add to J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus for the upcoming season.

Is it reasonable to expect a guard drafted in the second round to replace Fulton at RG do that we can let Fulton go and save his cap space? via @jeffshadwick
Hello Jeff,

I think it is odd that most want Authentic Zach Fulton Jersey runoff for his “cap money,” especially when finding continuity on the offensive line has been something that has escaped them over the past few years. Last season was the first time in a while that an offensive line has been a solid group, and pulling the plug on Fulton makes little sense to me. His cap space is not needed at the moment and blowing up the right guard just because it makes little sense at the moment. The Texans should be looking to make the offensive line their strength heading into 2020. With little turnover, they can go into the season with the group answered and ready to go working with Deshaun Watson again, improving on a promising start as a group in 2019. I would not rule out the Texans finding a way to land a guard for their interior, but it does not feel like a priority for the upcoming season with their starting offensive line intact and Fulton being a solid player at right guard.

Is Bill in the hot seat? via @CastellanoLip
Hello Castellano,

As much as everyone wants to see Bill O’Brien gone, it is hard even to see that happening. O’Brien has to keep ownership privy to moves that are taking place, and unless he starts tanking in the win-loss column, that is what ultimately matters. O’Brien’s three division titles are tied for the most by any active head coach in their first five years, and his 42 career victories stand as the most by any head coach in franchise history through their first five years. Wins and losses are what matter at this point.

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When Texans rookie cornerback Lonnie Johnson Jr. takes the field Monday night against the New Orleans Saints, it marks a significant moment in his life.

Not only is Johnson is preparing for his first NFL game, but the second-round draft pick from Kentucky is looking forward to playing against former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player quarterback Drew Brees.

“I’m excited about it,” Johnson said. “I’m ready to get out there and play and show everybody what I’m made of. I’m ready to show what I’m about for real. Being on the same field with Drew Brees, I’ve been watching him growing up. So, it’s going to be amazing. It’s Monday night. I can’t wait to play a real game.”
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Johnson represents the physical prototype for the position. At 6-2, 213 pounds, Johnson has run the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds.
Johnson is slated for a backup role currently behind veterans Johnathan Joseph and Bradley Roby, but is expected to see action Monday.

“He’s still learning,” Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel said. “He’s a rookie, like you said. You know how I feel about rookies. Rookies are going to make rookie mistakes. If I can minimize those mistakes or minimize the chances of him making a mistake, I’ll do that, but he’s going to be on the field and he’s going to play some.”

Aggressive and physical, Johnson had his best performance of the preseason against the Dallas Cowboys when he prevented a touchdown by breaking up a pass.

The Texans face a big challenge against Saints All-Pro wide receiver Michael Thomas.

“He’s a great receiver,” Thomas said. “We match up in size pretty well. It’s going to be a good matchup.”

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Johnson experienced some rough moments during the preseason, including being kicked out of practice early after delivering some punishing hits in a joint practice with the Green Bay Packers that led to a scuffle and caused two injuries. He allowed a touchdown pass against Green Bay in the preseason opener.

“Just learned how to be a pro in this league, learned how to practice well and show what I’m made of,” Johnson said. “Just trying to earn my teammates’ trust and just physicality, just being myself. Confidence level, that was never a problem for me. I’ve always had confidence about football since I was little.”

Johnson had a difficult upbringing in Gary, Ind., a once vibrant steel town that has fallen on hard times economically and has an alarmingly high homicide rate. Johnson has lost several close friends to gun violence, including classmate and track and field teammate Daja Brookshire. He has several tattoos commemorating them.

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Johnson hopes he can offer hope to Gary residents through his example.

“Oh man, I’m not going back,” Johnson said. “Just give them something to look at and give them home coming from my city.”

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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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The Houston Texans officially have acquired running back Duke Johnson from the Browns. Next comes figuring out how he’ll help the team.

“We have a vision for how we want to use him, we’re excited about it, we’ve got to get him rehabbed,” coach Bill O’Brien told reporters on Saturday. “He hasn’t missed any games in the past, I think, three years. Played 16-game seasons, been very productive, has played on special teams. We just have to get him out on a field and try to start seeing him within the vision that we have for him.”

Johnson, through four seasons in the NFL, has yet to miss a game. Although O’Brien didn’t specify the vision for Johnson, the Texans see him as a player who has great versatility.

“Duke’s a first-, second-, third-down running back, he’s played on special teams,” O’Brien said. “Good in the running game, good in the passing game, good professional. Really excited to have him on board and just really look forward to working with him.”

O’Brien explained that Johnson had been on Houston’s radar screen for a while, and that the organization did its due diligence.

“A lot of people spoke very highly of him, including some people here,” O’Brien said. “Andre Johnson knows him from down in Miami, and Lamar Miller.”

Johnson could potentially supplant Miller, especially since Miller has one year left on his contract and Johnson arrives with a deal that lasts through 2021. His $1.8 million salary for 2019 doubles in 2020; the Texans will need to believe based on what happens this year that they’ll get that kind of value out of him next year.

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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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If Justin Reid had been drafted a year earlier, the Texans would’nt have been able to see him during OTAs.
But he wasn’t, so now he’ll be available to practice for the next two months.
Reid, who played collegiately in the PAC-12 at Stanford, will join fellow Cardinal alum Peter Kalambayi and the rest of the draft picks, free agents and tryout players this Thursday at NRG Stadium for the start of rookie minicamp. But before a rules change last October by the NFL, all PAC-12 rookies had to wait until mid-June before they could start work with their pro teams.
“They have the ability to take care of their profession and still go through and see their graduation,” Texans general manager Brian Gaine said. “It’s a delicate balance between both. But with the new rule it’s been able to accomodate both.”
The PAC-12 is on a quarters system, which means their graduations are sometimes a month later than most other colleges. The original rule was enacted so it would prevent athletes from skipping classes to work out with their NFL teams. That changed in mid-October, and Gaine is glad he’ll get to see Reid and Kalambayi.
“It’s a unique thing that helps us now, in terms of the players being here when we need them be,” Gaine said.
The rookies check in on Thursday, and will work on the field on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Each year since I’ve been with the Texans, I have compiled the Harris 100 – my vertically stacked big board for the NFL draft. My first version will be coming soon, so I figured why not whet your appetite with the Ultimate 11 quarterbacks in this year’s draft class.

11. Chad Kelly, Ole Miss
2016 Stats: 205 of 328 for 2758 yards, 19 TD & 8 INT
After a rough start to his college career (plenty of red flags on and off the field), Kelly appeared to have things headed in the right direction until he tore his ACL late in the season. He may not be ready for the start of the 2017 season, so selecting Kelly is more about buying a stock low and banking on it rising in future years.
10. Antonio Pipkin, Tiffin
2016 Stats: 216 of 333 for 2534 yards, 25 TD & 6 INT
Yes, Tiffin is a real place and it was the alma mater of former Texans wide receiver Nate Washington. Pipkin is one heck of an athlete with a plus arm. He has a little funky release at times, but the ball comes out of his hands quickly and with some rpms.

9. Josh Dobbs, Tennessee
2016 Stats: 225 of 357 for 2946 yards, 27 TD & 12 INT
When Dobbs was up, he was tremendous. When he was down, Tennessee lost games that it had no business losing. He was outstanding bringing the Vols back in early season wins in the 2016 season, but his play unraveled a bit over the last third of the season. He made plenty of plays with his legs, but his arm was a surprise at the Senior Bowl, as it was clearly the strongest of any quarterback in Mobile, Ala.

8. Nate Peterman, Pitt
2016 Stats: 185 of 306 for 2855 yards, 27 TD & 7 INT
Peterman started his career at Tennessee before transferring to Pitt to play for head coach Pat Narduzzi. He was really impressive at the Senior Bowl from a game management and leadership perspective and he threw the ball well. He does not have a cannon for an arm, so the lack of arm strength drops him down the list a bit.

7. Davis Webb, California
2016 Stats: 382 of 620 for 4295 yards, 37 TD & 12 INT
He left Texas Tech because of Patrick Mahomes and Webb wanted a shot to start at the college level. He got that opportunity at Cal and put up gargantuan numbers alongside star receiver Chad Hansen. He’s tall and long but has a 3/4 arm/sidearm motion throwing the football. He doesn’t have a howitzer for an arm, but he can spin it well.

6. Brad Kaaya, Miami
2016 Stats: 261 of 421 for 3532 yards, 27 TD & 7 INT
He was born and bred as a quarterback and that can be both good and bad. He has periods of being mechanical and stiff in the pocket, but there are streaky moments when he looks like the next coming of Jameis Winston. The Pro Bowl version, I mean. Now, the bad moments are really bad and make you wonder at times what he’s doing.
5. Jerod Evans, Virginia Tech
2016 Stats: 226 of 354 for 3309 yards, 29 TD & 8 INT
The former Air Force Academy signee eventually took snaps at Virginia Tech for one year and felt he was ready for the next level. I didn’t think I would like Evans when I first started studying him, but he throws a very catchable football and is a competitive son of a gun. He brought Virginia Tech back from behind at Notre Dame for a win and against Arkansas in the Belk Bowl for another victory.

4. Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech
2016 Stats: 388 of 591 for 5052 yards, 41 TD & 10 INT
He’s an artist that marches to the beat of his own drum. Critics will tell you that he doesn’t do anything like a quarterback should. But, then again, watch him make plays repeatedly with no protection, scrambling for his life at time and tell me it’s not art, I mean, excellent quarterbacking. Look, his “art”, if you will, is valued by many; it’s just a matter of who loves it most.

3. Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina
2016 Stats: 304 of 447 for 3748 yards, 30 TD & 6 INT
He’s only 6-1 and started for only one year, but he has every asset a team would want in a quarterback. He has a quick release. He throws receivers open. He can make plays on the run. He can scan the field to find open receivers. He doesn’t ever seem to get rattled. Isn’t that what any team wants in a quarterback? He reminds me greatly of Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo

2. Deshone Kizer, Notre Dame
2016 Stats: 212 of 361 for 2925 yards, 26 TD & 9 INT
If all I had was the 2016 season to go on, I might not even have Kizer in my Ultimate 11. But, his 2015 season was extraordinary when he had some weapons and some protection up front to allow him to do his work. The size, the arm, the traits…they’re all there. He needs some time though to work through his issues on the field. But, did I mention that arm?

1. DeShaun Watson, Clemson
2016 Stats: 388 of 579 for 4593 yards, 41 TD & 17 INT
I look at this way: If I have one game to win, one drive to score, which of these quarterbacks do I want to have the ball in their hands? It’s Watson. He made some awful passing decisions in 2016, but he also showed how much arm talent he has and the chutzpah to lead his team to a national championship.

How many of the quarterbacks will make the Harris 100? You’ll find out next week.