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I don’t understand al the reader love. He didn’t have a great year. In fact I would say he was disappointing.


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The orientation of Texans rookie defensive end Charles Omenihu involves a lot of moving parts.

The Texans are working to get the former University of Texas standout and Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year up to speed on everything from his stance, pass-rushing moves and defensive philosophy.

The early returns on Omenihu, a fifth-round selection, are encouraging with the obvious caveat that he still has a lot of room to grow.

At 6-5, 280 pounds with long arms and good mobility, Omenihu has the versatility to line up inside or outside.

"He's very raw, but he's got a bunch of tools to work with," Texans defensive line coach Anthony Weaver said. "So, we're just trying to mold him right now to get him how we want him to be, to be a Texans defensive lineman and hold that standard that we have that's really high at this point.

"He has the right approach to work. He comes in every day with the right mindset, so I think he'll get there."


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Speaking of Anthony Weaver his career cut short by injury, was a good, now even better as assistant coach pick-up, when Texans signed him as free agent.

Got to thinking, who were best free agent pick-ups by Texans.

Back to topic, Omenihu has all the tools to be great. Let’s hope Anthony is the right coach at the right time to do it.


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This kids an impressive pick by the Texans former GM and could turn out to be a better value in the fifth round than Justin Reid was in the third round from last year.
Where would you play him? How would you play him?


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At first, I thought I was watching a video of Thorn trying to get home from the grocery store after spending all his gas money on the devil's lettuce.