With Duane Brown, Andre Johnson, Kareem Jackson, Daryl Sharpton, and now JJ Watt injured during training camp it’s clear that the Texans still have some issues staying healthy.
Taken by the Texans in the fourth round of the NFL draft, rookie center Ben Jones has taken an unusual path into the NFL.
The Houston Texans have signed third-round draft pick G Brandon Brooks. Houston now has all eight members of its 2012 draft class under contract heading into training camp, which begins on Saturday, July 28.
John McClain joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the chance of rookie Brandon Brooks starting ahead of Antonie Caldwell at right guard, his thoughts on Bob McNair and bounties in the NFL.
On Tuesday, Gary Kubiak made it clear that he was not happy with third round draft pick Brandon Brooks’ weight. Officially listed at 6-foot-5 and 346 pounds Brooks is the heaviest player on the Texans roster.
Everyone inside of the Texans brain trust seemed on board that rookie offensive guard Brandon Brooks’ weight wouldn’t be in issue when they drafted him in the third round of April’s NFL Draft.
Dr. Kenneth First joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the latest injury news around the Texans as well as his thoughts on Casey Martin and Dwayne Wade.
Chester Pitts joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Texans rookie Brandon Brooks being over weight and in doghouse with Gary Kubiak, his thoughts on the right side of the offensive line and Connor Barwin.
The Texans knew they were getting a sizable player when they selected offensive guard Brandon Brooks out of Miami of Ohio during April’s NFL Draft.
Rookie Brandon Brooks doesn’t seem to fit the mold of the prototypical Texans’ offensive lineman in any of the obvious ways.