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  1. School's out: Texans, Rams forgo final day of minicamp
    For some NFL teams, summer is beginning a little early. The Texans and Rams announced Wednesday night that they would be foregoing their final day of minicamp.
  2. Savage on Watson pick: Don't bite the hand that feeds
    Tom Savage knew what the selection of Deshaun Watson meant for the future of the Houston Texans. But he's kept quiet on the pick, until Wednesday, when he explained his simple reasoning.
  3. Duane Brown not attending Houston Texans minicamp
    Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown skipped Day 1 of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Texans head coach Bill O'Brien didn't elaborate on the situation.
  4. Texans QB coaches: Tom Savage has 'grown a lot'
    Texans QB Tom Savage has the unenviable task of being the guy this offseason while simultaneously fending off Deshaun Watson. The good news for Savage is that his coaches have taken notice.
  5. Texans coach: Jadeveon Clowney can be 'Hall of Famer'
    If you're Jadeveon Clowney, how do you follow up a validating third season in the professional ranks? One Texans assistant suggests the edge rusher could chart a course toward Canton.
  6. J.J. Watt thinks he's too high on 'Top 100' countdown
    We're used to hearing from players who feel they are too low on NFL Network's "Top 100" countdown, but we can't recall an instance of a player who bemoaned being too high on the list.
  7. Houston Texans waive Keith Mumphery, Max Bullough
    The Houston Texans waived Keith Mumphery and Max Bullough on Monday after the two players became the subject of separate off-field issues that were reported in recent weeks.
  8. O'Brien: Deshaun Watson has gotten 'better every day'
    As steadfast as the Houston Texans have remained in their support of Tom Savage as the starting quarterback, first-round draft pick Deshaun Watson is already gaining ground.
  9. Braxton Miller 'bugging' Wes Welker for receiver tips
    The Houston Texans hired former Patriots slot receiver Wes Welker as an offensive/special teams assistant coach this offseason, and young wideout Braxton Miller is taking full advantage of the hire.
  10. David Quessenberry returns after cancer battle
    Houston Texans offensive lineman David Quessenberry returned to the practice field Tuesday for the first time since being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 2014.
  11. Texans GM expects exponential growth from wideouts
    Although quarterback was the biggest problem for Houston in 2016, Rick Smith is looking for big things from Will Fuller and Braxton Miller in Year Two. Are the wideouts set up for success?
  12. Vince Wilfork hasn't made up mind on retirement
    Vince Wilfork still hasn't made up his mind whether he wants to retire from the NFL. Speaking on NFL Network's Good Morning Football on Wednesday, Wilfork didn't want to use the word retire.
  13. Texans add offensive tackle Breno Giacomini
    Offensive line help is on the way for the Houston Texans. With Derek Newton likely missing all of 2017 because of knee injuries, the club announced Tuesday it has signed Breno Giacomini.
  14. Deshaun Watson signs contract with Houston Texans
    The Texans head into rookie minicamp with their first-round QB under contract. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Deshaun Watson inked his four-year rookie deal on Friday.
  15. Steelers want to see T.J. Watt 'make his own name'
    At this point, everybody knows T.J. Watt is J.J.'s little brother. But Steelers GM Kevin Colbert would rather the younger Watt "make his own name," rather than follow in J.J.'s big footsteps.