State of the O-line

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  1. Insideop

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    I think that's who TK was referring to but I don't know for sure.
     
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    Only @thunderkyss knows for sure... and it may have been purely hypothetical
     
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    I guess they figure the top 3 out of reach? I haven't seen that they have met with Dillard, Taylor or Williams
     
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    Williams is the only one they haven't met with.
    http://www.texanstalk.com/posts/2931872/
     
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    Houston Texans Continue to Take Closer Look at Washington State's Andre Dillard
    byPatrick D. Starr 4 hrs

    The Houston Texans hosted Washington State offensive tackle Andre Dillard on a visit to continue their evaluation.

    The Houston Texans continue to evaluate as many offensive line prospects heading to the NFL Draft. The Texans have spent time and have gotten a closer look at Washington State offensive tackle Andre Dillard.

    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported a busy schedule for Dillard heading to the night of the draft and the Texans had shown interest in Dillard.

    The Texans not only met with Dillard at the NFL Combine but they also brought him in for one of their 30 visits allowed by the NFL.
     
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    If only we had a coach to teach Dillard to run block. I still don't see him beating out Davenport 2019 if selected. :hides:
     
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    Of course you dont.

    You cant even admit what is plain to see.

    Davenport sucks
     
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    Went back & looked. Yes, purely hypothetical
     
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    Greg Little met with the Texans...........................among other teams.
     


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    Duplicate
     
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    patrick

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    Kalil knows he has to stay healthy and he likes the fact he is on a one-year deal. Mentions that his back is against the wall.



    12:19 PM - Apr 16, 2019

    patrick

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    Kalil says there is a plan in place, a program, to get him back on the field. He is not cleared to get on the field. Panthers HC Ron Rivera mentioned it during the off-season that Kalil was not healthy. #Texans



    12:20 PM - Apr 16, 2019

    patrick

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    The fact they are letting Kalil meet earlly with media is pretty telling IMO. #Texans



    12:22 PM - Apr 16, 2019
     
  13. steelbtexan

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    Telling as in how?

    Anything Kalil gives them is a bonus.
     
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    Lol. What a great signing.
     
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    Tweet from @PatDStat: Kalil also added that the #Texans called him soon after he was relased from Carolina.


    I guess he was always the first option for O'Brien. It will be funny if Lamm outplays him
     
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    If Kalil stays healthy (Doubtful) than this wont happen.
     
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    Kalil "healthy" has zero prognosis for 1st 3 years Kalil.
     
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    Last time Seantrel and Kalil were "healthy" and starting, they still sucked.
     
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    Please, no Little in the first, would rather go CB if top three tackles are gone
     
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    So why so down on Little, pray tell ? Apparently lots of other folk are too including the draft-nicks as he started out to be among the leading OTs last year but since he's seldom spotted in the first round of most mocks ?
     

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