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2019 Schedule
11-5, 1st in AFC South

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins and DE J.J. Watt will start training camp on the PUP list. They can be activated at any time. Houston also put third-round pick TE Kahale Warring on the Active/Non-Football Injury list.

Hopkins: 99 Madden rating resonates more with my kids (0:38)
Foxworth: Texans will be lucky to win division (0:50)
Schefter: Clowney won't get long-term extension from Texans (0:47)
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13d

Sources: Texans won't hire full-time GM for '19

Front-office members such as Matt Bazirgan, James Liipfert, Chris Olsen and Jack Easterby will divvy up GM responsibilities for the Texans, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

20d

Are the Colts the Celtics of the NFL?

Mina and Domonique Foxworth evaluate the offseason in the AFC South and discuss how the Colts (4:34), Jaguars (17:22), Titans (41:40), and Texans (50:36) will do this season. Plus, Mina's proudest Twitter moment (29:59) and which NFL coach is the most wedgieable (1:04:46)?

32d

Barnwell Show: Sarah Barshop & Jake Trotter

Bill is joined by ESPN Texans reporter Sarah Barshop to weigh in on Houston abruptly firing their GM Brian Gaine (0:41), including the logic behind it and their pursuit of Patriots executive Nick Caserio (5:52). Plus, what their plans for the offseason are and how they're approaching Jadeveon Clowney's contract (11:12). New ESPN Browns reporter Jake Trotter also stops by to talk about Cleveland's offseason (24:09), including a potential breakout player (27:17), a positional group that may worry fans (31:19), expectations for their record (33:49), possible discord between players (38:08) and more.

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39dSarah Barshop

Sources: Pats drop grievance as Texans move on

The Houston Texans will no longer pursue New England Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio for their general manager position, the team announced Friday.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Texans are dropping their pursuit of Patriots' director of player personnel Nick Caserio, as John McClain first reported. Patriots are dropping their tampering charges against the Texans. Caserio remains in New England; Texans GM opening remains.

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41dAdam Schefter

Sources: Pats file tampering charges vs. Texans

The Patriots filed tampering charges Wednesday against the Texans for the attempted general manager hire of Nick Caserio, league sources told ESPN.

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

At the end of the Texans' spring workouts, Bill O'Brien said he felt quarterback Deshaun Watson did "an excellent job of improving the things that we've asked him to improve" during the offseason. "His grasp of our offense is light years ahead of where it was, obviously, when he first got here, but I would say even last year," O'Brien said. "I think we've really gotten better there and I'm excited about where he's at right now."

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, on Wednesday, the Patriots filed tampering charges against the Texans for the attempted hire of Nick Caserio. On Tuesday, head coach Bill O'Brien was asked whether he or Jack Easterby had any contact with Caserio or his representatives before Brian Gaine was fired. "I would say that the answer to that is no relative to contact about anything having to do with the Houston Texans," O'Brien said. "No."

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Team Stats

Passing Yards236.317th
Rushing Yards126.38th
Points For25.111th
Points Against19.8Tied-4th