LINK 13. Houston Texans: Dan Cody, DE-OLB, Oklahoma To say the linebacker corps in Houston are going through some restructuring this offseason would be an understatement. Jay Foreman is gone, Jamie Sharper will likely be either traded or released, Kailee Wong is being moved inside and Morlon Greenwood was signed as a free agent. That leaves one spot on the outside still open opposite of Jason Babin and an ideal fit in that role would seem to be Dan Cody, who has the type of dynamic pass rush ability 3-4 teams look for. In a lot of ways Cody will remind you of a more athletic version of Grant Wistrom when he was coming out of Nebraska in that he doesn't have great size but he more than makes up for it with his intensity and non-stop motor. A bit of a DE / OLB 'tweener, Cody actually played both standing up and with his hand down while with the Sooners so he can play a number of different roles in any given defensive scheme and still make his presence felt. Houston has also been looking to land a top left tackle so if Alex Barron fell this far he would receive serious consideration as well. One area the team is reportedly looking to address that may surprise some people is wide receiver so don't rule out someone like Troy Williamson being a very realistic option for them here. And finally, the defensive line is solid but could use an infusion of youth if for nothing else other than depth at both end and tackle. As you can see the Texans have a number of options but Cody is a good value here and such a great fit for their scheme that he would be tough to pass on.