“Wherever coach fills like he needs to put me I’ll make the best of it,” Braxton Miller told sportsradio610.com when asked about playing special teams.
“It’s been a long journey to get to this point,” left tackle Duane Brown said Friday sharing that on Sunday he will make his 2016 debut.
“He’s athletic,” DeAndre Hopkins said of Rhodes, “he’s 6’2, you would think he’s a safety or a receiver, he’s very physical and he’s a ball hawker.”
Duane Brown and teammates Jeff Allen, Kendall Lamm and Chris Clark along with Texans owner Bob McNair meet with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Police Chief Martha Montalvo.
“It’s a good thing to have but I turned the page,” Will Fuller said when asked about the honor Wednesday, “That was last week, hopefully I can build on that.”
“I think our defense is playing great right now, they’re probably playing about as well as anyone in the NFL right now on that side of the football,” Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford said.
“I think we played pretty good without (Watt),” Jadeveon Clowney said, “but that was preseason, this is the regular season, we’re getting everyone’s best right now.”
“I think we’re very close, I think I have to do a good job at the second level, making guys miss,” Lamar Miller said of the run game breaking out.
“(Murray) is doing an excellent job,” Bill O’Brien said. “He’s running hard, he breaks tackles, he’s got good vision, he’s an excellent running back.”
“We just got to focus and improve on the little things that we can,” Charles James said.