Texans Finally Get Defensive, Pick S Dillon and DT Reader In 5th RoundThe Texans finally turned their eyes to the defensive side of the ball in the fifth round, taking safety K.J. Dillon from West Virginia with the No. 159 pick and Clemson nose tackle D.J. Reader on day three of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Texans Take RB Tyler Ervin In 4th Round To Open Final Day Of NFL DraftThe Texans kicked off the final day of the draft with their fourth-round selection. They kept going to the speed well, drafting San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin with the No. 119 pick.
Texans Pick Ohio State's Braxton Miller In The 3rd RoundThe Texans finally waited their turn and didn't trade up. Houston made its final pick of day two on time, selecting xx out of xx with the No. 85 pick in the 3rd round of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday night.
Texans Move Up Again, Select Center Nick Martin With Pick No. 50The Texans waited their turn in round two but still snagged Notre Dame's Nick Martin with the 52nd selection.
Texans Brass: Despite Loaded WR Class, Fuller Was "Our No. 1" ChoiceEven with Corey Coleman off the board, the Texans had their pick of wide receivers in the bottom third of the first round. According to Bob McNair and Bill O'Brien, they got their man with the 21st selection in the explosive Will Fuller.
Texans Officially Welcome 'Soft-Spoken' 1st-Round Pick Will FullerThe Texans officially introduced first-round pick Will Fuller on Friday at NRG Stadium. The soft-spoken wideout speaks loudly with his play on the field, making a modest first impression on Houston in his press conference.
Houston Texans Focus For Rounds 2 & 3 Of NFL DraftThere are four positions you should think about when looking at the big board for the Texans that they might take on Friday.
Gallant's Random Thoughts: NFL Draft Day 1Paul Gallant's mind - in real time - during round 1 of the 2016 NFL Draft
Mike Meltser Fields Texans Draft QuestionsMike Meltser fields and answers questions on Twitter about the Houston Texans and the NFL Draft
7 New Drills That Should Be At The NFL CombineSo what kind of drills should they be doing? Thanks for asking. How about some drills that actually make sense in the course of an NFL game. It is being discussed, according to the USA Today. Here are seven drills that the NFL should consider implementing at the scouting combine:
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