Houston Texans: Upcoming Changes on the Offense and Defense

June 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Organized training activities (OTAs) are often criticized as little more than glorified walk-throughs. Quarterbacks get to throw under token pressure, running backs recognize no one is trying to take their heads off, and the members of the defense are playing the equivalent of two-hand touch. 
You can decide if the biggest news story of the Houston Texans’ OTAs came when Arian Foster strained his calf or when Ed Reed decides he will be ready to play. The general atmosphere was so nonchalant, the debut of J.J. Watt’s shoe line and DeAndre Hopkin’s willingness to accept a gay teammate were deemed as newsworthy as any other event. 
Something significant came out during a brief interview of Darryl Sharpton by Drew Dougherty of HoustonTexans.com, which should have drawn more notice. Apparently, Sharpton has been assigned the job of calling the defensive signals. 
Dougherty asked what is was like to be “the guy out there that’s call...

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