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Old 05-19-2013   #1
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Default Texans OTAs thread (5/20-21, 23, 28-30, 6/3-6).

I think this could serve as a good repository for news bits we hear from OTA's. I'll let Nick Scurfield start us off with 5 things to look for (I guess, hear about for us) during OTA's:

http://www.houstontexans.com/news/ar...1-605856f220ca


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Originally Posted by Nick Scurfield
Here are five things to watch in Texans OTAs (organized team activities), which begin on Monday at the Methodist Training Center.

The Texans will have 10 practices in OTAs (May 20-21, 23 and 28-30 and June 3-6), followed by a mandatory mini-camp from June 11-13.

1. Hopkins: Rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins made a strong first impression in rookie mini-camp last weekend, but that was against other rookies, many who were with the Texans on a tryout basis.

Now, the first-round draft pick from Clemson will be practicing with Andre Johnson, catching passes from quarterback Matt Schaub and going against cornerbacks such as Pro Bowler Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson.

The Texans expect Hopkins to make a significant contribution from the get-go as a rookie. He showed “extremely special” ball skills in the rookie mini-camp. The Texans would certainly like to see more of the same as Hopkins practices with his veteran teammates.
Brooks Reed healthy for OTAs after groin surgery

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Texans linebacker Brooks Reed is “100 percent” after January groin surgery and was able to work out ahead of the beginning of the club’s organized team practice activities, Reed told Dave Zangaro of CSNHouston on Sunday.

Reed told CSNHouston.com he has been lifting weights and running in the last three weeks.

“It shouldn’t be anything to worry about,” Reed said. “It happened in the past and got over it. Worked hard rehabbing it so we’re at 100 percent right now and looking to improve during OTAs.”
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