Not much new but Lenny P had this in his recent tip sheet. Also small mention of Chris McKenzie looking good as FA find. "http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=2093776&num=6" Look for the Houston offensive line, which has surrendered 161 sacks during the franchise's first three seasons, to have a new look in 2005. And that doesn't mean just in terms of personnel; the unit is undergoing another reshuffling, as Houston tries to remedy the key left tackle spot. Line coach Joe Pendry is said to have taken on a bit more of an expanded role in designing protection schemes and, perhaps, in game planning input. As porous as the Texans have been on the flanks at times, there have been stretches in which the Houston protection design permitted too much inside pressure as well. In the latest reincarnation of the line, the Texans have experimented with moving center Steve McKinney to left guard. That would bump left guard Chester Pitts out to left tackle, the position he started at as a rookie in 2002, and likely reduce Seth Wand to a backup role. Wand really struggled at left tackle in 2004, his first season as a starter, and some in the organization feel he might be better served moving to guard for the long run.