Friday Jun 7
TexansChick's complete review of Texans OTAs
Texans organized team activities are done. Next week starts minicamp which will focus on the younger players and not vets.
This is no Tim Tebow situation: Case Keenum's idiotic doubters need to face reality
There are plenty of doubters eager for the chance to jump on Case Keenum. There's a local media contingent that would love to turn him into Houston's own version of a mini Tim Tebow .
10 Things We Learned from Houston Texans' OTAs
The biggest news revolved around the injury report. Arian Foster and his strained calf had his name added to the list, where he joined recovering starters Brian Cushing and Ed Reed, along with fringe players tight end Phillip Supernaw and defensive tackle Sunny Harris.
Keenum, Yates take starter reps while Schaub takes a day off
T.J. Yates and Case Keenum took control of the first team offense as Matt Schaub took a day to rest.
Arian Foster injury: Houston Texans' running back injured in team practice
An Arian Foster injury has the Houston Texans' in fear for the 2013 season. According to USA Today on May 28, the star running back had to be carted off the field today after injuring his right calf.
AFC South links: Luck likes OTAs
Houston Texans Free safety Ed Reed has not been at OTAs while recovering from hip surgery, but the Texans expect him to be ready for the start of the regular season , writes Nick Scurfield of the team's website.