The Houston Texans made a few moves yesterday following their rookie mini camp. WR Lacoltan Bester and DE Julius Warmsley signed with the team, while WR Andy Cruse, WR Nathan Slaughter, and DL Tyrone Ezell were released and OT Chris Martin was waived. The Texans now have two extra open spots on their roster to reach 90. Expect them to fill those opening shortly. Check out the rest of the links for more in Houston sports.
As that series wrapped up Sunday, Lancaster manager Rodney Linares downplayed what Correa did a few days ago – not because it wasn’t amazing – but because the amazing has become routine.
“I see that every day,” Linares said. “I’m not surprised. … He’s probably the best player I’ve ever coached, and a couple years ago, I said that about George Springer.”
- Richard Justice (MLB.com) on the Urban Youth Academy in Houston.
- Greg Thurston (Climbing Tal’s Hill) takes a look at potential number one picks.
- Astros tweet of the day…
Did you know the Houston #Astros are the hottest Texas baseball team over the last seven days? Small steps.
Jordan Hamilton enjoyed a solid start to the season with the Denver Nuggets, sprinkling in several strong performances while vacillating between a starting role and one that saw him come off the bench in relief. By the time January rolled around, however, Hamilton had been reduced to a bit player with the Nuggets, prompting the trade deadline deal that brought him to Houston in February. With the Rockets, a similar pattern emerged: the 23-year-old delivered quality results early on in his tenure before seeing a nearly simultaneous diminishment of both his playing time and production.
- Victor (RocketsSocial.com) gives us four draft prospects the Rockets should consider.
- Jake Lapin (Bleacher Report) tells us which draft prospects the Rockets should watch closely.
- Rockets tweet of the day…
— Houston Rockets Fans (@Rockets_Fans_) May 19, 2014
- Stephanie Stradley (Houston Chronicle) has the answer to most things 2014 Houston Texans.
I think for a lot of fans, they are looking at the current group happily as not-Kubiak or not-Schaub, but that should not the correct reference point.
That is done, that is over–the good, the bad, and the ugly of it.
Each team is its own thing, and with the complete change in coaching and scheme, it is difficult to look at the Texans’ past to project to its future.
- Jake (Guest post on State Of The Texans) says Mike Vrabel should be the long term plan for the Texans.
- Dave Zangaro (CSN Houston) on UDFA Max Bullough.
- Texans tweet of the day…
O’Brien: It’s a group of guys learning each other’s names, learning how we do things in Houston. #Texans
— Deepi Sidhu (@DeepSlant) May 16, 2014