Shooting the Bull: First week of OTAs

Shooting the Bull: First week of OTAs
May 31, 2014, 1:30 pm
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The Texans had their first three days of OTAs this past week.

It was the first time head coach Bill O'Brien has had the whole team (most of it, anyway) together for practice. He showed off his coaching style, while the rookies and veterans got on the field together for the first time.

The Texans have seven more days of OTAs -- three next week and four the following -- before a three-day mandatory minicamp.

In this Shooting the Bull, CSNHouston Texans reporters James Palmer and Dave Zangaro break down the first round of OTAs.

Here are the stories from the last week:

Bonner, Quessenberry ready after year on IR

Blue hopes to seize opportunity w/ Texans

OTA Day 3 notes: Evaluations, Johnson, iPads

Swearinger likes this D better than last

Texans watching old Patriots film

O’Brien takes a hands-on approach to practice

A closer look at Texans' QB competition

Texans OTA Day 2 notes: Su’a-Filo, Segways

In 2nd year, Hopkins learning new offense

Brooks Reed starts OTAs playing ILB

Texans OTA Day 1 notes: Injuries, tempo

No. 1 pick Clowney already learning from Watt

Fitzpatrick still learning; QB job ‘wide open’

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